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Emily Dickinson's poetry, letters, and life have astounded readers and scholars alike for more than one hundred years. She is the author some of the world's most original, enigmatic, and expansive poems. Largely... More 
More than 175 years since Charles Dickens won over readers with his irrepressible Pickwick Papers, he still endures as one of the world's most beloved and influential novelists. But where general readers have long... More 
Edited and introduced by 18th century scholar Jack Lynch, Professor of English at Rutgers University, Newark, this volume examines several facets of America's most famous polymath. Lynch's introduction considers the essays collected... More 
Over the past two decades, Barbara Kingsolver has built a sizable reputation as one of the most politically engaged writers in America. When The Bean Trees was published in 1988, Kingsolver established herself as a new... More 
Among the twentieth century's greatest playwrights, Arthur Miller is recognized today as a formative influence on modern American drama. His best plays seamlessly combine the psychological and the social to produce riveting... More 
A supplement to Salem Press's "Careers In" series, this resource presents biographies of "living leaders" in the field of communications. In addition to examining each subject's most significant... More 
Computer Technology Innovators examines over 120 individuals and personalities who had an innovative and influential impact on the development and evolution of the Internet, with an emphasis on early pioneers, such as inventors and... More 


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