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Call number P : New Language and Literature Books (list updated every Tuesday)

Space : a memoir / Jesse Lee Kercheval.

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No-no boy / John Okada ; with a new foreword by Ruth Ozeki ; introduction by Lawrence Fusao Inada ; afterword by Frank Chin.

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The Old English poem Seasons for fasting : a critical edition / Edited by Mary P. Richards ; with the assistance of Chadwick B. Hilton Jr.

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Living fiction : reading the British novel from Daniel Defoe to Julian Barnes / William Hutchings.

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#! (shebang) / Nick Montfort.

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Languages of our land : indigenous poems and stories from Quebec / edited by Susan Ouriou ; translated by Christelle Morelli = Langues de notre terre : poáemes et râecits autochtones du Quâebec / sous la direction de Susan Ouriou ; traduit par Christelle Morelli.

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Darwin and literature / Leonard Moss.

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A life with Mary Shelley / Barbara Johnson ; with a foreword by Cathy Caruth ; introduction by Mary Wilson Carpenter ; and essays by Judith Butler and Shoshana Felman.

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Digital critical editions / edited by Daniel Apollon, Claire Belisle, Philippe Regnier.

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Eyrie / Tim Winton.

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Arts & entertainments : a novel / Christopher Beha.

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After completion : the later letters of Charles Olson and Frances Boldereff / edited by Sharon Thesen and Ralph Maud.

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Robinson Crusoe / Daniel Defoe ; edited by Evan R. Davis.

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How to be happy / Eleanor Davis.

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Before the West was West : critical essays on pre-1800 literature of the American frontiers / edited and with an introduction by Amy T. Hamilton and Tom J. Hillard ; foreword by Michael P. Branch.

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Rocket states : atomic weaponry and the cultural imagination / Fabienne Collignon.

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Life drawing : a novel / Robin Black.

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Constructions and environments : copular, passive, and related constructions in Old and Middle English / Peter Petrâe.

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Profesiâon de sed : artâiculos y ensayos literarios, 1963-1973 / Roque Dalton.

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Cosmopolitan desires : global modernity and world literature in Latin America / Mariano Siskind.

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Tales of futures past : anticipation and the ends of literature in contemporary China / Paola Iovene.

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Eco-Joyce : the environmental imagination of James Joyce / edited by Robert Brazeau and Derek Gladwin.

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Road ends : a novel / Mary Lawson.

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The bone seeker : an Edie Kiglatuk mystery / M. J. McGrath.

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The hundred-year house / Rebecca Makkai.

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A tyrannous eye : Eudora Welty's nonfiction and photography / Pearl Amelia McHaney.

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The old mirage salesman : a whimsical desert digest of refreshing nonsense heralding the life of the Southwest's foremost story-telling desert rat, Harry Oliver, 1888-1999 [sic], editor, humorist, historian, publicist, pioneer, philosopher, prospector, showman, builder, hermit, and secessionist / compiled by his daughters, Amy and Mary.

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Echo's bones / Samuel Beckett ; edited by Mark Nixon.

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A history of the future / James Howard Kunstler.

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Reading the fantastic imagination : the avatars of a literary genre / edited by Dana Percec.

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Tales of Wrykyn and elsewhere : twenty-five short stories of school life / P.G. Wodehouse.

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War and literature : looking back on 20th century armed conflicts / Tom Burns, Elcio Cornelsen, Volker Jaeckel, Luis Gustavo Vieira (eds.).

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The Lord of the Rings and the Western narrative tradition / Martin Simonson.

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Voices beyond bondage : an anthology of verse by African Americans of the 19th century / edited by Erika DeSimone and Fidel Louis.

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Fredric Jameson : the project of dialectical criticism / Robert T. Tally Jr.

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November 1916 / Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn ; translated from the Russian by H.T. Willetts.

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The lost frontier : reading Annie Proulx's Wyoming stories / Mark Asquith.

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Not that kind of girl : a young woman tells you what she's "learned" / Lena Dunham.

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Clear title : a novel / Grace Stone Coates; edited by Shana Harrington; introduction by Caroline Patterson.

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Chinese grammar at work / Shuanfan Huang, National Taiwan University and National Yuan Ze University, Taiwan.

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A prehistory of western North America : the impact of Uto-Aztecan languages / David Leedom Shaul ; foreword by Scott G. Ortman.

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