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The Heath Anthology of American Literature
Volumes A, B, C, D, and E, Fifth Edition

Volumes I and II, Fourth Edition
Concise Edition

Edited by Paul Lauter, Trinity College; Richard Yarborough, University of California, Los Angeles; Jackson Bryer, University of Maryland; Anne Goodwyn Jones, University of Florida; Wendy Martin, Claremont Graduate University; Charles Molesworth, Queens College-CUNY; Raymund Paredes, University of California, Los Angeles; Linda Wagner-Martin, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; Andrew O. Wiget, New Mexico State University; King-Kok Cheung, University of California, Los Angeles; Ivy Schweitzer, Dartmouth College; Sandra Zagarell, Oberlin College; James Kyung-Jin Lee, University of Texas, Austin; John Alberti, Northern Kentucky University; Randall Bass, Georgetown University ; Lois Leveen, Reed College; Edward Maloney, Georgetown University; D. Quentin Miller, Suffolk University

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Instructor's Guide
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New Canons and New Media: American Literature in the Electronic Age by Randy Bass
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