Series: Longman Anthology of World Literature

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The Longman Anthology of World Literature Volume I (A, B, C): The Ancient World, The Medieval Era, and The Early Modern by David Damroschvolume 1
The Longman Anthology of World Literature, Volume A: The Ancient World by David DamroschA
Longman Anthology of World Literature Volume II (D, E, F) The: The 17th and 18th Centuries, The 19th Century, and the 20 by David Damroschvolume 2
The Longman Anthology of World Literature, Volume B: The Medieval Era by David DamroschB
The Longman Anthology of World Literature, Volume C: The Early Modern Period by David DamroschC
World Literature: The Longman Anthology, Volume C: The Early Modern Period (Custom Edition for UNLV) by Jane TylusC (special edition)
The Longman Anthology of World Literature, Volume D: 17th and 18th Centuries by David DamroschD
The Longman Anthology of World Literature, Volume E: The 19th Century by David DamroschE
The Longman Anthology of World Literature, Volume F: 20th Century by David DamroschF
Longman Anthology of World Literature, The, Compact Edition by David DamroschCompact edition

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  1. Norton Anthology of World Literature: Volume D by Sarah N. Lawall (2001)
  2. Norton Anthology of World Masterpieces: The Western Tradition, Vol. 1: Literature of Western Culture Through the Renaissance by Maynard Mack (1956)
  3. The Art of the Tale: An International Anthology of Short Stories by Daniel Halpern (1986)
  4. Literature: The Human Experience: Reading and Writing by Richard Abcarian (1978)
  5. The Oxford Anthology of English Literature: Volume I: Medieval English Literature by J. B. Trapp (1973)
  6. Literature: An Introduction to Fiction, Poetry, and Drama by X. J. Kennedy (1979)
  7. The Novel: An Alternative History: Beginnings to 1600 by Steven Moore (2010)
  8. Literature and Ourselves: A Thematic Introduction for Readers and Writers by Gloria Mason Henderson (1994)
  9. Norton Anthology of Theory and Criticism by Vincent B. Leitch (2001)
  10. The Bedford Introduction to Literature: Reading, Thinking, Writing by Michael Meyer (1990)
  11. A handbook to literature by William Harmon (1960)
  12. Literature: The Evolving Canon by Sven P. Birkerts (1993)
  13. Literary Research Guide: An Annotated Listing of Reference Sources in English Literary Studies by James L. Harner (1989)
  14. Bedford Anthology of World Literature Vol. 1: The Ancient World by Paul Davis (2003)
  15. The World's Greatest Short Stories (Dover Thrift Editions) by James Daley (2005)

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