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Poetry for Students by Marie Rose NapierkowskiVolume 1
Poetry for Students, Vol. 2 by Marie Rose NapierkowskiVolume 2
Poetry for Students: Presenting Analysis, Context and Criticism on Commonly Studied Poetry, Volume 3 (Poetry for Students) by Marie Rose NapierkowskiVolume 3
Poetry for Students, Vol. 4 by Mary K. RubyVolume 4
Poetry for Students by Mary RubyVolume 5
Poetry for Students Vol 6 by Mary RubyVolume 6
Poetry for Students, Vol. 7 by Mary RubyVolume 7
Poetry for Students by Mary RubyVolume 8
Poetry for Students Vol 9 by Ira Mark MilneVolume 9
Poetry for Students by Michael LaBlancVolume 10
Poetry for Students, Vol. 11 by Elizabeth ThomasonVolume 11
Poetry for Students (Volume 12) by Sara ConstantakisVolume 12
Poetry for Students' Vol. 13 by Elizabeth ThomasonVolume 13
Poetry for Students: Presenting Analysis, Context and Criticism on Commonly Studied Poetry (Vol. 14) by Anne Marie HachtVolume 14
Poetry for Students (Volume 15) by Anne Marie HachtVolume 15
Poetry for Students by David GalensVolume 16
Poetry for Students : Volume 17 by David GalensVolume 17
Poetry for Students, Vol. 18 by David GalensVolume 18
Poetry for Students - Volume 19 by David GalensVolume 19
Poetry for Students: Presenting Analysis, Context, and Criticism on Commonly Studied Poetry by Anne Marie HachtVolume 21
Poetry for Students, Vol. 24 by Anne Marie HachtVolume 24
Poetry for Students vol 25 by Ira Mark MilneVolume 25
Poetry for Students Volume 26 by Ira Mark MilneVolume 26
Poetry for Students (Volume 27) by Gale Cengage PublishingVolume 27
Poetry for Students (Volume 29) by Gale Cengage PublishingVolume 29
Poetry for Students, Vol. 30 by Gale Cengage PublishingVolume 30
Poetry for Students by GaleVolume 31
Poetry for Students (Volume 33) by GaleVolume 33
Poetry for Students (Volume 34) by Gale EditorVolume 34
Poetry for Students (Volume 35) by Gale EditorVolume 35
Poetry for Students: Presenting Analysis, Context, and Criticism on Commonly Studied Poetry by Sara ConstantakisVolume 36
Poetry for Students (Volume 40) by GaleVolume 40
Poetry for Students (Volume 42) by Gale EditorVolume 42
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