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Creative Writing  
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Mr. McStowe
T.C. Boyle
Charles Bukowski
Sandra Cisneros
Emily Dickinson, 
Grace Paley
Simon Rich
James Thurber
John Updike
      
     

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    A Student's Guide to Emily Dickinson - Audrey Borus
    Call Number: 811 BOR
    ISBN: 0766022854
    Publication Date: 2005-07-01
    Nineteenth-century poet Emily Dickinson is considered, along with Walt Whitman, one of the two most important poets in American literature. In her poetry, Dickinson expressed a dark pessimism, reflecting the alienation of many American intellectuals after the Civil War. In this STUDENT'S GUIDE TO EMILY DICKINSON, the career of this literary giant is examined, with special emphasis placed on curriculum-related poems.

     

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    Short Stories for Students - Kathleen Wilson
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    ISBN: 9780787622183
    Publication Date: 1998-05-08
    This volume presents information on 20 short stories. It contains concise synopses of the storys' plots, characters and themes along with a brief author biography, a discussion of the story's cultural and historical significance and excerpted criticism.

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