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By Virginia Brackett

Makes a speciality of drama, brief tales, novels, and poetry as they're studied in highschool and school curricula. targeting the most authors, works, and events that contain each one style, those books additionally contain minor authors and works. they're outlined through geography and by way of period of time, equivalent to 20th-century poetry or classical drama.

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