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810.8035 GRO      
      Grow old along with me, the best is yet to be [text (large print)] / edited by Sandra Haldeman Martz. GDL Central Library Large Type Non-Fiction:Available   Large Type 1996
810.8035 SON      
      Sons of thunder : writing from the fast lane : a motorcycling anthology / selected and introduced by GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2013
810.8036 AME      
      American Earth : environmental writing since Thoreau / edited by Bill McKibben ; foreword by Al Gore. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2008
810.8086 WIL    
      Wild tongues can't be tamed : 15 voices from the Latinx diaspora / edited by Saraciea J. Fennell. GDL Casa Verdugo Library Teen Non-Fiction:Staff Reported Missing, GDL Chevy Chase Library Teen Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2021
      Wild tongues can't be tamed : 15 voices from the Latinx diaspora / edited by Saraciea J. Fennell. GDL Casa Verdugo Library Teen Non-Fiction:Staff Reported Missing, GDL Chevy Chase Library Teen Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2021
810.9 A    
      American literature, 1764-1789 : the Revolutionary years / Everett Emerson, editor. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1977
      Early American literature : a comparatist approach / A. Owen Aldridge. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book c1982
810.9 ALL : Allmendinger, Blake.     
      Ten most wanted : the new western literature / Blake Allmendinger. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1998
810.9 B    
      The American Puritan imagination; essays in revaluation. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1974
      The ferment of realism; American literature, 1884-1919. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1965
      An introduction to American literature, [by] Jorge Luis Borges in collaboration with Esther Zemborain GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1971
      Renaissance in the South GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1963
6 additional entries    
810.9 BEA      
      Beat writers at work / the Paris review ; edited by George Plimpton. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1999
810.9 BLO : Bloom, Harold,     
      The daemon knows : literary greatness and the American sublime / Harold Bloom. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2015
810.9 BON : Bontemps, Arna,     
      The Harlem renaissance remembered; essays, edited, with a memoir, by Arna Bontemps. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1972
810.9 BRA : Bram, Christopher.     
      Eminent outlaws : the gay writers who changed America / Christopher Bram. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2012
810.9 C    
      Afro-American literature in the twentieth century : the achievement of intimacy / Michael G. Cooke. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book c1984
      Think back on us; a contemporary chronicle of the 1930's. Edited, with an introd., by Henry Dan Piper GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1967
810.9 CHE    
      American Bloomsbury : Louisa May Alcott, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Margaret Fuller, Nathaniel Hawthorne, a GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2006
      American Bloomsbury [text (large print)] : Louisa May Alcott, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Margaret Fuller, N GDL Central Library Large Type Non-Fiction:Available   Large Type 2007
810.9 CLA    
      Classics of American literature [videorecording] / Arnold Weinstein. GDL Central Library DVD:Available   DVD/Video 2010
      Classics of American literature [videorecording] / Arnold Weinstein. GDL Central Library DVD:Available   DVD/Video 2010
810.9 COH : Cohen, Rachel.     
      A chance meeting : intertwined lives of American writers and artists, 1854-1967 / Rachel Cohen. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2004
810.9 CON      
      Connecting : twenty prominent authors write about the relationships that shaped our lives / edited by GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1998
810.9 D : Douglas, Ann,     
      The feminization of American culture / Ann Douglas. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1977
810.9 DUB : Dubey, Madhu.     
      Signs and cities : Black literary postmodernism / Madhu Dubey. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2003
810.9 E : Gilmore, Michael T.     
      Early American literature : a collection of critical essays / edited by Michael T. Gilmore. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1980
810.9 ELI : Elie, Paul.     
      The life you save may be your own : an American pilgrimage / Paul Elie. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2003
810.9 FIT : Fitzpatrick, Kevin C.,     
      The Algonquin Round Table New York : a historical guide / Kevin C. Fitzpatrick ; with a foreword by A GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2015
810.9 G : Gaines, James.     
      Wit's end : days and nights of the Algonquin Round Table / by James Gaines. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1977
810.9 GAT    
      The signifying monkey : a theory of Afro-American literary criticism / Henry Louis Gates, Jr. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1988
      Loose canons : notes on the culture wars / Henry Louis Gates, Jr. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1992
810.9 GRO : Grobel, Lawrence.     
      Endangered species : writers talk about their craft, their visions, their lives / Lawrence Grobel ; [ GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2001
810.9 HIG    
      Highway 99 : a literary journey through California's Great Central Valley / edited by Stan Yogi. GDL Central Library Glendale History Room Reference:Available, GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1996
      Highway 99 : a literary journey through California's Great Central Valley / edited by Stan Yogi. GDL Central Library Glendale History Room Reference:Available, GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1996
810.9 HIL : Hill, Laban Carrick.     
      Harlem stomp! : a cultural history of the Harlem Renaissance / by Laban Carrick Hill. GDL Montrose Library Teen Non-Fiction:Will be deleted   Book 2003
810.9 HUG : Hughes, Evan,     
      Literary Brooklyn : the writers of Brooklyn and the story of American city life / Evan Hughes. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2011
810.9 I      
      In praise of what persists / Stephen Berg, editor. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1983
810.9 JAG : Jagusch, Sybille A.,     
      Japan and American children's books : a journey / Sybille A. Jagusch ; foreword by Carla D. Hayden ; GDL Brand Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2021
810.9 K    
      A Southern Renaissance : the cultural awakening of the American South, 1930-1955 / Richard H. King. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1980
      Mediums, and spirit-rappers, and roaring radicals; spiritualism in American literature, 1850-1900. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1972
      A homemade world; the American modernist writers. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1974
810.9 L    
      The Confidence man in American literature / Gary Lindberg. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1982
      Literature at the barricades : the American writer in the 1930s / edited by Ralph F. Bogardus and Fre GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1982
810.9 LAS : Laskin, David,     
      Partisans : marriage, politics, and betrayal among the New York intellectuals / David Laskin. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2000
810.9 LOP    
      Latino Los Angeles in film and fiction : the cultural production of social anxiety / Ignacio López-Ca GDL Central Library Glendale History Room Reference:Available, GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2011
      Latino Los Angeles in film and fiction : the cultural production of social anxiety / Ignacio López-Ca GDL Central Library Glendale History Room Reference:Available, GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2011
810.9 M    
      The awakening Twenties : a memoir-history of a literary period / Gorham Munson. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1985
      Transition, the history of a literary era, 1927-1938, by Dougald McMillan. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1976
      Talks with authors. Edited by Charles F. Madden. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1968
      Kerouac and friends : a beat generation album / [compiled by] Fred W. McDarrah. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1985
810.9 MAT : Matthiessen, F. O.     
      American renaissance; art and expression in the age of Emerson and Whitman [by] F. O. Matthiessen. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1941
810.9 MIL : Miles, Barry,     
      The Beat Hotel : Ginsberg, Burroughs, and Corso in Paris, 1958-1963 / Barry Miles. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2000
810.9 MOR : Morgan, Bill,     
      The typewriter is holy : the complete, uncensored history of the Beat generation / Bill Morgan. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2010
810.9 NIC    
      Emerson, Thoreau, and the Transcendentalist movement [videorecording] / Ashton Nichols. GDL Central Library DVD:Available, GDL Central Library DVD:DUE 05-31-22 OFF CAMPUS   DVD/Video 2006
      Emerson, Thoreau, and the Transcendentalist movement [videorecording] / Ashton Nichols. GDL Central Library DVD:Available, GDL Central Library DVD:DUE 05-31-22 OFF CAMPUS   DVD/Video 2006
810.9 OFF      
      Off the page : writers talk about beginnings, endings, and everything in between / edited by Carole B GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2008
810.9 ORO : Orodenker, Richard.     
      The writers' game : baseball writing in America / Richard Orodenker. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1996
810.9 P : Paul, Sherman.     
      Six classic American writers, an introduction. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1970
810.9 P 1985/86 pbk      
      A directory of American poets and fiction writers : names and addresses of 4,853 contemporary poets a GDL Central Library Reference:Available   Book 1980
810.9 PAR : Parini, Jay.     
      Promised land : thirteen books that changed America / Jay Parini. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2008
810.9 PEC : Peck, Dale.     
      Hatchet jobs : writings on contemporary fiction / Dale Peck. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2004
810.9 PIE : Pierpont, Claudia Roth.     
      Passionate minds : women rewriting the world / by Claudia Roth Pierpont. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2000
810.9 POR      
      The Portable Beat reader / edited by Ann Charters. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1992
810.9 R : Rolfe, Lionel,     
      Literary L.A. / Lionel Rolfe. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:DUE 05-12-22   Book 1981
810.9 RAT : Rather, Lois,     
      Bohemians to hippies : waves of rebellion / Lois Rather. GDL Central Library Glendale History Room Reference:Available   Book 1977
810.9 ROL    
      The Rolling stone book of the Beats : the Beat Generation and American culture / edited by Holly Geor GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1999
      The Rolling stone book of the Beats : the Beat Generation and American culture / edited by Holly Geor GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1999
810.9 ROL 2002    
      Literary LA : expanded from the original classic & featuring the coffeehouse scene then and now / Lio GDL Central Library Glendale History Room Reference:Available, GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:DUE 05-12-22   Book 2002
      Literary LA : expanded from the original classic & featuring the coffeehouse scene then and now / Lio GDL Central Library Glendale History Room Reference:Available, GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:DUE 05-12-22   Book 2002
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