7 edition of The Norton Reader found in the catalog.
|Statement||Linda H. Peterson, general editor ; John C. Brereton, Joan E. Hartman.|
|Contributions||Peterson, Linda H., Brereton, John C., Hartman, Joan.|
|LC Classifications||PE1122 .N68 1996b|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxx, 1340 p. :|
|Number of Pages||1340|
|LC Control Number||95002934|
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Fifty-four new essays maintain the Reader's long-standing balance of classic and contemporary, canonical and lesser-known selections/5.