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Thu Oct 16 17:51:08 2014 UTClccn-nr970046280.00And other one-act plays /0.271.00The Selected Letters of Langston Hughes /115244395nr 970046284265517Roessel, DavidRoessel David 1954-....Roessel, David E.Roessel, David E. (David Ernest)Roessel, David Ernest.Roessel, David Ernest 1954-lccn-n80014956Hughes, Langston1902-1967lccn-n85389960Rampersad, Arnoldedtlccn-n50022499Andrews, Benny1930-2006illlccn-no99077571Moschovakis, Nicholas Rand1969-edtlccn-n79090096Williams, Tennessee1911-1983nrtlccn-n81026857Byron, George Gordon ByronBaron1788-1824lccn-n82069141Mann, Emilyedtlccn-n79104312University of the Southlccn-n85355451Montēs, Kōstas1914-2004lccn-n98100345Stavrou, Soterios G.Roessel, David E.(David Ernest)1954-PoetryJuvenile worksDramaFilm adaptationsCriticism, interpretation, etcFictionHistoryTelevision adaptationsRecords and correspondenceBiographyAfrican AmericansChildren's poetry, AmericanNew York (State)--Long IslandMan-woman relationshipsFitzgerald, F. Scott--(Francis Scott),American literatureGreeceLiteratureEnglish literatureInfluence (Literary, artistic, etc.)English literature--Greek influencesUpper classByron, George Gordon Byron,--Baron,MillionairesNew York (State)--New YorkIntellectual lifeEnglish-speaking countriesAmerican poetryAmerican dramaRich peoplePolitical plays, AmericanWilliams, Tennessee,Hughes, Langston,CyprusWar for Union with Greece (Cyprus : 1955-1959)ArtEast and West in literatureAmerican poetry--African American authorsMade-for-TV moviesGreece--Delphi (Extinct city)Civilization--InfluenceUnited StatesLoss (Psychology)Inheritance and successionMiddle WestTarkington, Booth,Television adaptationsFamiliesLove storiesFilm adaptationsLoveAfrican American authorsAuthors, AmericanPoetry--Computer network resourcesWoolf, Virginia,TravelSlaveryOrlando (Woolf, Virginia)Computer network resourcesTurkey--Istanbul19541979199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008201120122013201483851898811.52PS3515.U274ocn470275888ocn470622467ocn444484469ocn699073336ocn748978330ocn762297408ocn468305988335331ocn030110330book19940.23Hughes, LangstonThe collected poems of Langston HughesPoetryHere, for the first time, is a complete collection of Langston Hughes's poetry - 860 poems that sound the heartbeat of black life in America during five turbulent decades, from the 1920s through the 1960s. The editors, Arnold Rampersad and David Roessel, have aimed to recover all of the poems that Hughes published in his lifetime - in newspapers, magazines, and literary journals, and in his books of verse. They present the poems in the general order in which Hughes wrote them, and also provide illuminating notes and a chronology of the poet's life. Arnold Rampersad, the author of the esteemed two-volume biography of Langston Hughes, has written a perceptive and moving introduction that throws light on Langston Hughes's distinctive voice as a poet and the world in which he lived+-+568179421518436ocn061458241book20060.07Hughes, LangstonLangston HughesJuvenile worksPoetryA brief profile of African American poet Langston Hughes accompanies some of his better known poems for children+-+909362759698925ocn045532517file20010.56Roessel, David EIn Byron's shadow : modern Greece in the English & American imaginationCriticism, interpretation, etcIn Bryon's Shadow draws on a wide range of sources to create a model for literary history that synthesizes literary investigation and cultural studies to develop a fuller understanding of the historical forces influencing the Anglo-American conception of modern Greece."--BOOK JACKET+-+313896046581110ocn048376148book20020.30Williams, TennesseeThe collected poems of Tennessee WilliamsA collection of poetic works by the eminent playwright features substantial piece variants, poems from his plays, and accompanying explanatory notes, in a volume that is complemented by a CD recording of the author's reading of his "Blue Mountain Ballads" and other works+-+83506766354686ocn057168440book20050.33Williams, TennesseeMister Paradise and other one-act plays"This new collection of previously unpublished one-acts includes some of Tennessee Williams's most poignant and hilarious characters: the tough and outrageous drag queens of And Tell Sad Stories of the Deaths of Queens ...; the betrayed wife who refuses to take a lover in The Fat Man's Wife; and the extravagant mistress who cheats on her married man in The Pink Bedroom."+-+45716766354464ocn040543200book19990.25Hughes, LangstonPoemsPoetryIn the delightfully small Pocket Poets format, a selection of the poems of Langston Hughes -- one of America's greatest popular poets since Walt Whitman. From the publication of his first book in 1926, Hughes was hailed as the poet laureate of black America, the first to commemorate the experience of African-Americans in a voice that no reader, black or white, could fail to hear. Lyrical and pungent, passionate and polemical, this volume is a treasure -- an essential collection of the work of a poet whose words have entered our common language+-+36005902853564ocn048449673book20020.47Political stages : plays that shaped a century+-+8549832006852ocn059157241book20040.90Montēs, KōstasClosed doors : an answer to Bitter lemons by Lawrence DurrellHistoryFiction161ocn854956879book20130.90Americans and the Experience of DelphiCriticism, interpretation, etc61ocn851803923book2006Williams, TennesseeAnd other one-act playsHere, thirteen previously unpublished one-act dramas reveal some of Tennessee Williams' most poignant and hilarious characters. From the indefatigable drag queens of 'And Tell Sad Stories' to the disheartened poet 'Mister Paradise'' these are tales of isolated figures struggling against a cruel world+-+879336696532431ocn061282206serial0.22Everyman's library pocket poets21ocn878812898book20141.00The Selected Letters of Langston HughesRecords and correspondence21ocn373865345book20010.22Political stages : an anthology of plays+-+854983200611ocn006400085mix19791.00Roessel, David EThe testimony of slaves in Athens during the fifth and fourth centuries B.C.11ocn820604166art20030.47Moschovakis, Nicholas RandIntroduction to "Amor perdida"11ocn036394959book19971.00Roessel, David EIn Byron's shadow : modern Greece in English and American literature from 1831 to 191411ocn223125379book0.47Roessel, David EThe significance of Constantinople in OrlandoBiography11ocn864831143visu20120.16The great GatsbyFictionDramaTelevision adaptationsFilm adaptationsOn Long Island in the early 1920s the mysterious Jay Gatsby tries to rekindle his romance with Daisy, a young woman who has married another man, the wealthy and cruel Tom Buchanan+-+5681794215+-+5681794215Thu Oct 16 15:35:16 EDT 2014batch14444