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By John Cusatis

Post-War Literature: 1945-1970 covers American literature throughout the postwar interval. Containing nearly forty research courses, this new source presents the required historical past details, indicates necessary parts of study, and lists the easiest secondary resources for college students writing approximately this period of yankee literature.

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