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The Norton anthology of American literature by Nina Baym1
The Norton Anthology of American Literature: (B) by Nina Baym2
The Norton Anthology of American Literature, Seventh Edition: Volume C: 1865-1914 by Nina Baym3
The Norton Anthology of American Literature (Seventh Edition) (Vol. D) by Nina Baym4
The Norton Anthology of American Literature, Package 2: Volumes C, D, and E by Nina Baym3-5
The Norton Anthology of American Literature, Seventh Edition: Volume E: 1945 to the Present by Nina Baym5

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  1. The Norton Anthology of American Literature (Shorter Seventh Edition) by Nina Baym (2008)
  2. The Norton Anthology of American Literature (Seventh Edition) (Vol. A) by Nina Baym (2007)
  3. The Norton Anthology of English Literature, volume F: The Twentieth Century and After by Stephen Greenblatt (2005)
  4. Norton Anthology of World Literature: Volume D by Sarah N. Lawall (2001)
  5. The Norton Anthology of American Literature, Volume B: 1820-1865 by Nina Baym (2003)
  6. The Norton Anthology of American Literature, Volume 2: 1865 to Present by Ronald Gottesman (1979)
  7. The Norton Anthology of World Masterpieces, Volume 2: Literature of Western Culture Since the Renaissance by Maynard Mack (1965)
  8. The American Tradition in Literature, Volume 2 by George Perkins (1956)
  9. The Norton Anthology of African American Literature by Henry Louis Jr Gates (1996)
  10. The Norton Anthology of Short Fiction by R. V. Cassill (1978)
  11. The Norton introduction to literature by Carl E. Bain (1973)
  12. Psychology and Sociology Applied to Medicine by Beth Alder (2004)
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  14. The Norton Anthology of English Literature, Vol. 1B by George M. Logan (2000)
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