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William Dean Howells, Dean of American Letters, 1837-1920; vol. 1: The road to realism; the early years, 1837-1885; vol. 2: The realist at war; the mature years, 1885-1920. [Slipcover: A full-length biography of the distinguished editor and novelist who became America's foremost literary critic and exponent of realism.]

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William Dean Howells, Dean of American Letters, 1837-1920; vol. 1: The road to realism; the early years, 1837-1885; vol. 2: The realist at war; the mature years, 1885-1920. [Slipcover: A full-length biography of the distinguished editor and novelist who became America's foremost literary critic and exponent of realism.]

by Cady, Edwin H

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Syracuse University Press, [, 1956. Hardcover. Extremities lightly rubbed; covers faintly discolored; otherwise very good condition (no dust jackets). In slightly worn slipcase, with foxed label. ]. Two volumes, separately paged.

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Bookseller Inventory #
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Title
William Dean Howells, Dean of American Letters, 1837-1920; vol. 1: The road to realism; the early years, 1837-1885; vol. 2: The realist at war; the mature years, 1885-1920. [Slipcover: A full-length biography of the distinguished editor and novelist who became America's foremost literary critic and exponent of realism.]
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Cady, Edwin H
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Hardcover
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Hardcover
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Syracuse University Press, [
Date published
1956
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