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    • The Tokyo War Crimes Trial, 1946-1948: The Case for the Defense 

      Ware, George W. (1979)
      Between April 29, 1946 and November 12, 1948 the International Military Tribunal for the Far East convened in Tokyo to try twenty-eight Japanese prewar and wartime leaders accused of war crimes. Eleven Allied countries formed ...
    • A Straining in the Text: Women Writers and the Deconstruction of the Sentimental Plot 1845-1900 

      Taylor, Megan Gray (1993)
      In the nineteenth century, most sentimental marriage-plot novels by women include a female bildungsroman that terminates with the heroines containment in marriage. The tension between this bildungsroman and the ...
    • William Lux of Baltimore 18th Century Merchant 

      Satek, Pamela (1974)
      The Williwn Lux Letterbook appears here in edited form, complete with index and preceded by a multi-faceted discussion of various commercial, social and political issues of the eighteenth-century Chesapeake region which ...
    • The Fragmented Vision of Claude McKay: A Study of His Works 

      Griffin, Barbara Jackson (1989)
      Claude McKay, born in Jamaica in 1890, played a significant role in the development of Black American literature. His search for a Black aesthetic and his poems of defiance gave inspiration to young Black artists hungry ...
    • John Payne Collier and the Shakespeare Society 

      Wagonheim, Sylvia Stoler (1980)
      During the early years of the nineteenth century, the heightened interest in manuscripts and early printed editions precipitated the growth of publishing and printing societies which subsequently flourished throughout the ...