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The Complicity of Friends : How George Eliot, G.H. Lewes, and John Hughlings-Jackson Encoded Herbert Spencer's Secret.
by Raitiere, Martin.“...Bucknell University Press....”
New world literacy : writing and culture across the Atlantic, 1500-1700 / Carlos Alberto González Sánchez ; translated by Tristan Platt ; revised by Behany Aram.
by González Sánchez, Carlos Alberto,“...Bucknell University Press....”
Exemplary ambivalence in late nineteenth-century Spanish America : narrating Creole subjectivity / Elisabeth L. Austin.
by Austin, Elisabeth L.“...Bucknell University Press....”
Signs of power in Habsburg Spain and the New World / edited by Jason McCloskey and Ignacio López Alemany.“...Bucknell University Press....”
Collected writings of Charles Brockden Brown. editorial board, Philip Barnard (textual editor), Raymond A. Craig, Fritz Fleischmann, Mark L. Kamrath (general editor), Shirley Samue...
by Brown, Charles Brockden, 1771-1810.“...Bucknell University Press....”