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Library of America (Firm)
Publication Date
Began in 1982.
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v.; 21 cm.
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Library of America series
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  • Description based on: 93, copyrighted 1997.
Numbering (note)
  • Some vols. lack numbering.
Contents
  • v. 1. Herman Melville, Typee, Omoo, Mardi -- v. 2. Nathaniel Hawthorne, Tales and Sketches -- v. 3. Walt Whitman, Poetry and Prose -- v. 4. Harriet Beecher Stowe, Three Novels -- v. 5. Mark Twain, Mississippi Writings -- v. 6. Jack London, Novels and Stories -- v. 7. Jack London, Novels and Social Writings -- v. 8. William Dean Howells, Novels 1875–1886 -- v. 9. Herman Melville, Redburn, White-Jacket, Moby-Dick -- v. 10. Nathaniel Hawthorne, Collected Novels -- v. 11. Francis Parkman, France and England in North America: Volume One -- v. 12. Francis Parkman, France and England in North America: Volume Two -- v. 13. Henry James, Novels 1871–1880 -- v. 14. Henry Adams, Novels, Mont Saint Michel, The Education -- v. 15. Ralph Waldo Emerson, Essays and Lectures -- v. 16. Washington Irving, History, Tales and Sketches -- v. 17. Thomas Jefferson, Writings -- v. 18. Stephen Crane, Prose and Poetry -- v. 19. Edgar Allan Poe, Poetry and Tales -- v. 20. Edgar Allan Poe, Essays and Reviews -- v. 21. Mark Twain, The Innocents Abroad and Roughing It -- v. 22. Henry James, Literary Criticism: Essays on Literature, American Writers & English Writers -- v. 23. Henry James, Literary Criticism: French Writers, Other European Writers, Prefaces to the New York Edition -- v. 24. Herman Melville, Pierre, Israel Potter, The Piazza Tales, -- v. The Confidence-Man, Billy Budd, Uncollected Prose -- v. 25. William Faulkner, Novels 1930–1935 -- v. 26. James Fenimore Cooper, The Leatherstocking Tales: Volume One -- v. 27. James Fenimore Cooper, The Leatherstocking Tales: Volume Two -- v. 28. Henry David Thoreau, A Week, Walden, The Maine Woods, Cape Cod -- v. 29. Henry James, Novels 1881–1886 -- v. 30. Edith Wharton, Novels -- v. 31. Henry Adams, History of the United States During the Administrations of Jefferson (1801–1809) -- v. 32. Henry Adams, History of the United States During the Administrations of Madison (1809–1817) -- v. 33. Frank Norris, Novels and Essays -- v. 34. W.E.B. Du Bois, Writings -- v. 35. Willa Cather, Early Novels and Stories -- v. 36. Theodore Dreiser, Sister Carrie, Jennie Gerhardt, Twelve Men -- v. 37. Benjamin Franklin, Autobiography, Poor Richard, and Later Writings -- v. 37. Benjamin Franklin, Silence Dogood, The Busy-Body, and Early Writings -- v. 38. William James, Writings 1902–1910 -- v. 39. Flannery O'Connor, Collected Works -- v. 40. Eugene O'Neill, Complete Plays 1913–1920 -- v. 41. Eugene O'Neill, Complete Plays 1920–1931 -- v. 42. Eugene O'Neill, Complete Plays 1932–1943 -- v. 43. Henry James, Novels 1886–1890 -- v. 44. William Dean Howells, Novels 1886–1888 -- v. 45. Abraham Lincoln, Speeches and Writings 1832–1858 -- v. 46. Abraham Lincoln, Speeches and Writings 1859–1865 -- v. 47. Edith Wharton, Novellas and Other Writings -- v. 48. William Faulkner, Novels 1936–1940 -- v. 49. Willa Cather, Later Novels -- v. 50. Ulysses S. Grant, Memoirs and Selected Letters -- v. 51. William T. Sherman, Memoirs of General W. T. Sherman -- v. 52. Washington Irving, Bracebridge Hall, Tales of a Traveller, The Alhambra -- v. 53. Francis Parkman, The Oregon Trail, The Conspiracy of Pontiac -- v. 54. James Fenimore Cooper, Sea Tales -- v. 55. Richard Wright, Early Works -- v. 56. Richard Wright, Later Works -- v. 57. Willa Cather, Stories, Poems, and Other Writings -- v. 58. William James, Writings 1878–1899 -- v. 59. Sinclair Lewis, Main Street and Babbitt -- v. 60. Mark Twain, Collected Tales, Sketches, Speeches, & Essays 1852–1890 -- v. 61. Mark Twain, Collected Tales, Sketches, Speeches, & Essays 1891–1910 -- v. 62. The Debate on the Constitution: Part One: September 1787 to February 1788 -- v. 63. The Debate on the Constitution: Part Two: January to August 1788 -- v. 64. Henry James, Collected Travel Writings: Great Britain and America -- v. 65. Henry James, Collected Travel Writings: The Continent -- v. 66. American Poetry: The Nineteenth Century, volume one: Freneau to Whitman -- v. 67. American Poetry: The Nineteenth Century, volume two: Melville to Stickney, American Indian Poetry, Folk Songs and Spirituals -- v. 68. Frederick Douglass, Autobiographies -- v. 69. Sarah Orne Jewett, Novels and Stories -- v. 70. Ralph Waldo Emerson, Collected Poems and Translations -- v. 71. Mark Twain, Historical Romances -- v. 72. John Steinbeck, Novels and Stories 1932–1937 -- v. 73. William Faulkner, Novels 1942–1954 -- v. 74. Zora Neale Hurston, Novels and Stories -- v. 75. Zora Neale Hurston, Folklore, Memoirs, & Other Writings -- v. 76. Thomas Paine, Collected Writings -- v. 77. Reporting World War II: American Journalism 1938–1944 -- v. 78. Reporting World War II: American Journalism 1944–1946 -- v. 79. Raymond Chandler, Stories and Early Novels -- v. 80. Raymond Chandler, Later Novels and Other Writings -- v. 81. Robert Frost, Collected Poems, Prose and Plays -- v. 82. Henry James, Complete Stories 1892–1898 -- v. 83. Henry James, Complete Stories 1898–1910 -- v. 84. William Bartram, Travels and Other Writings -- v. 85. John Dos Passos, U.S.A. -- v. 86. John Steinbeck, The Grapes of Wrath and Other Writings 1936–1941 -- v. 87. Vladimir Nabokov, Novels and Memoirs 1941–1951 -- v. 88. Vladimir Nabokov, Novels 1955–1962 -- v. 89. Vladimir Nabokov, Novels 1969–1974 -- v. 90. James Thurber, Writings and Drawings -- v. 91. George Washington, Writings -- v. 92. John Muir, Nature Writings -- v. 93. Nathanael West, Novels and Other Writings -- v. 94. Crime Novels: American Noir of the 1930s and 40s -- v. 95. Crime Novels: American Noir of the 1950s -- v. 96. Wallace Stevens, Collected Poetry and Prose -- v. 97. James Baldwin, Early Novels & Stories -- v. 98. James Baldwin, Collected Essays -- v. 99. Gertrude Stein, Writings 1903–1932 -- v. 100. Gertrude Stein, Writings 1932–1946 --
  • v. 101. Eudora Welty, Complete Novels -- v. 102. Eudora Welty, Stories, Essays, and Memoir -- v. 103. Charles Brockden Brown, Three Gothic Novels -- v. 104. Reporting Vietnam: American Journalism 1959–1969 -- v. 105. Reporting Vietnam: American Journalism 1969–1975 -- v. 106. Henry James, Complete Stories 1874–1884 -- v. 107. Henry James, Complete Stories 1884–1891 -- v. 108. American Sermons: The Pilgrims to Martin Luther King Jr. -- v. 109. James Madison, Writings -- v. 110. Dashiell Hammett, Complete Novels -- v. 111. Henry James, Complete Stories 1864–1874 -- v. 112. William Faulkner, Novels 1957–1962 -- v. 113. John James Audubon, Writings and Drawings -- v. 114. Slave Narratives -- v. 115. American Poetry: The Twentieth Century, volume one: Henry Adams to Dorothy Parker -- v. 116. American Poetry: The Twentieth Century, volume two: E.E. Cummings to May Swenson -- v. 117. F. Scott Fitzgerald, Novels and Stories 1920–1922 -- v. 118. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Poems and Other Writings -- v. 119. Tennessee Williams, Plays 1937–1955 -- v. 120. Tennessee Williams, Plays 1957–1980 -- v. 121. Edith Wharton, Collected Stories 1891–1910 -- v. 122. Edith Wharton, Collected Stories 1911–1937 -- v. 123. The American Revolution: Writings from the War of Independence -- v. 124. Henry David Thoreau, Collected Essays and Poems -- v. 125. Dashiell Hammett, Crime Stories and Other Writings -- v. 126. Dawn Powell, Novels 1930–1942 -- v. 127. Dawn Powell, Novels 1944–1962 -- v. 128. Carson McCullers, Complete Novels -- v. 129. Alexander Hamilton, Writings -- v. 130. Mark Twain, The Gilded Age and Later Novels -- v. 131. Charles W. Chesnutt, Stories, Novels, and Essays -- v. 132. John Steinbeck, Novels 1942–1952 -- v. 133. Sinclair Lewis, Arrowsmith, Elmer Gantry, Dodsworth -- v. 134. Paul Bowles, The Sheltering Sky, Let It Come Down, The Spider's House -- v. 135. Paul Bowles, Collected Stories and Later Writings -- v. 136. Kate Chopin, Complete Novels and Stories -- v. 137. Reporting Civil Rights: American Journalism 1941–1963 -- v. 138. Reporting Civil Rights: American Journalism 1963–1973 -- v. 139. Henry James, Novels 1896–1899 -- v. 140. Theodore Dreiser, An American Tragedy -- v. 141. Saul Bellow, Novels 1944–1953 -- v. 142. John Dos Passos, Novels 1920–1925 -- v. 143. John Dos Passos, Travel Books and Other Writings 1916–1941 -- v. 144. Ezra Pound, Poems and Translations -- v. 145. James Weldon Johnson, Writings -- v. 146. Washington Irving, Three Western Narratives -- v. 147. Alexis de Tocqueville, Democracy in America -- v. 148. James T. Farrell, Studs Lonigan: A Trilogy -- v. 149. Isaac Bashevis Singer, Collected Stories: Gimpel the Fool to The Letter Writer -- v. 150. Isaac Bashevis Singer, Collected Stories: A Friend of Kafka to Passions -- v. 151. Isaac Bashevis Singer, Collected Stories: One Night In Brazil to The Death Of Methuselah -- v. 152. George S. Kaufman & Co., Broadway Comedies -- v. 153. Theodore Roosevelt, The Rough Riders, An Autobiography -- v. 154. Theodore Roosevelt, Letters and Speeches -- v. 155. H. P. Lovecraft, Tales -- v. 156. Louisa May Alcott, Little Women, Little Men, Jo's Boys -- v. 157. Philip Roth, Novels and Stories 1959–1962 -- v. 158. Philip Roth, Novels 1967–1972 -- v. 159. James Agee, Let Us Now Praise Famous Men, A Death in the Family, and Shorter Fiction -- v. 160. James Agee, Film Writing and Selected Journalism -- v. 161. Richard Henry Dana Jr., Two Years Before the Mast and Other Voyages -- v. 162. Henry James, Novels 1901–1902 -- v. 163. Arthur Miller, Collected Plays 1944–1961 -- v. 164. William Faulkner, Novels 1926–1929 -- v. 165. Philip Roth, Novels 1973–1977 -- v. 166. American Speeches: Political Oratory from the Revolution to the Civil War -- v. 167. American Speeches: Political Oratory from Abraham Lincoln to Bill Clinton -- v. 168. Hart Crane, Complete Poems and Selected Letters -- v. 169. Saul Bellow, Novels 1956–1964 -- v. 170. John Steinbeck, Travels with Charley and Later Novels 1947–1962 -- v. 171. Capt. John Smith, Writings, with Other Narratives of Roanoke, Jamestown, and the First English Settlement of America -- v. 172. Thornton Wilder, Collected Plays and Writings on Theater -- v. 173. Philip K. Dick, Four Novels of the 1960s -- v. 174. Jack Kerouac, Road Novels 1957–1960 -- v. 175. Philip Roth, Zuckerman Bound: A Trilogy & Epilogue 1979–1985 -- v. 176. Edmund Wilson, Literary Essays and Reviews of the 1920s and 30s -- v. 177. Edmund Wilson, Literary Essays and Reviews of the 1930s and 40s -- v. 178. American Poetry: The Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries -- v. 179. William Maxwell, Early Novels and Stories -- v. 180. Elizabeth Bishop, Poems, Prose, and Letters -- v. 181. A. J. Liebling, World War II Writings -- v. 182. American Earth: Environmental Writing Since Thoreau -- v. 183. Philip K. Dick, Five Novels of the 1960s and 70s -- v. 184. William Maxwell, Later Novels and Stories -- v. 185. Philip Roth, Novels and Other Narratives 1986–1991 -- v. 186. Katherine Anne Porter, Collected Stories and Other Writings -- v. 187. John Ashbery, Collected Poems 1956–1987 -- v. 188. John Cheever, Collected Stories and Other Writings -- v. 189. John Cheever, Complete Novels -- v. 190. Lafcadio Hearn, American Writings -- v. 191. A. J. Liebling, The Sweet Science and Other Writings -- v. 192. The Lincoln Anthology: Great Writers on His Life and Legacy from 1860 to Now -- v. 193. Philip K. Dick, VALIS and Later Novels -- v. 194. Thornton Wilder, The Bridge of San Luis Rey and Other Novels 1926–1948 -- v. 195. Raymond Carver, Collected Stories -- v. 196. American Fantastic Tales: Terror and the Uncanny from Poe to the Pulps -- v. 197. American Fantastic Tales: Terror and the Uncanny from the 1940s to Now -- v. 198. John Marshall, Writings -- v. 199. The Mark Twain Anthology: Great Writers on His Life and Works -- v. 200. Mark Twain, A Tramp Abroad, Following the Equator, Other Travels --
  • v. 201. Ralph Waldo Emerson, Selected Journals 1820–1842 -- v. 202. Ralph Waldo Emerson, Selected Journals 1841–1877 -- v. 203. The American Stage: Writing on Theater from Washington Irving to Tony Kushner -- v. 204. Shirley Jackson, Novels and Stories -- v. 205. Philip Roth, Novels 1993-1995 -- v. 206. H. L. Mencken, Prejudices: First, Second, and Third Series -- v. 207. H. L. Mencken, Prejudices: Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth Series -- v. 208. John Kenneth Galbraith, The Affluent Society and Other Writings 1952–1967 -- v. 209. Saul Bellow, Novels 1970-1982 -- v. 210. Lynd Ward, Gods’ Man, Madman’s Drum, Wild Pilgrimage -- v. 211. Lynd Ward, Prelude to a Million Years, Song Without Words, Vertigo -- v. 212. The Civil War: The First Year Told by Those Who Lived It -- v. 213. John Adams, Revolutionary Writings 1755-1775 -- v. 214. John Adams, Revolutionary Writings 1775-1783 -- v. 215. Henry James, Novels 1903-1911 -- v. 216. Kurt Vonnegut, Novels & Stories 1963–1973 -- v. 217. Harlem Renaissance Novels: Five Novels of the 1920s -- v. 218. Harlem Renaissance Novels: Four Novels of the 1930s -- v. 219. Ambrose Bierce, The Devil’s Dictionary, Tales, & Memoirs -- v. 220. Philip Roth, The American Trilogy 1997–2000 -- v. 221. The Civil War: The Second Year Told by Those Who Lived It -- v. 222. Barbara W. Tuchman, The Guns of August, The Proud Tower -- v. 223. Arthur Miller, Collected Plays 1964–1982 -- v. 224. Thornton Wilder, The Eighth Day, Theophilus North, Autobiographical Writings -- v. 225. David Goodis, Five Noir Novels of the 1940s & 50s -- v. 226. Kurt Vonnegut, Novels & Stories 1950–1962 -- v. 227. American Science Fiction: Four Classic Novels 1953–1956 -- v. 228. American Science Fiction: Five Classic Novels 1956-1958 -- v. 229. Laura Ingalls Wilder, The Little House Books, volume 1 -- v. 230. Laura Ingalls Wilder, The Little House Books, volume 2 -- v. 231. Jack Kerouac, Collected Poems -- v. 232. The War of 1812: Writings from America’s Second War of Independence -- v. 233. American Antislavery Writings -- v. 234. The Civil War: The Third Year Told By Those Who Lived It -- v. 235. Sherwood Anderson, Collected Stories -- v. 236. Philip Roth, Novels 2001-2007 -- v. 237. Philip Roth, Nemeses -- v. 238. Aldo Leopold, A Sand County Almanac & Other Writings on Ecology and Conservation -- v. 239. May Swenson, Collected Poems -- v. 240. W. S. Merwin, Collected Poems 1952-1993 -- v. 241. W. S. Merwin, Collected Poems 1996-2011 -- v. 242. John Updike, Collected Early Stories -- v. 243. John Updike, Collected Later Stories -- v. 244. Ring Lardner, Stories & Other Writings -- v. 245. Jonathan Edwards, Writings from the Great Awakening -- v. 246. Susan Sontag, Essays of the 1960s & 70s -- v. 247. William Wells Brown, Clotel & Other Writings -- v. 248. Bernard Malamud, Novels and Stories of the 1940s & 50s -- v. 249. Bernard Malamud, Novels and Stories of the 1960s -- v. 250. The Civil War: The Final Year Told by Those Who Lived It -- v. 251. Shakespeare in America: An Anthology from the Revolution to Now -- v. 252. Kurt Vonnegut, Novels 1976–1985 -- v. 255. Elmore Leonard, Four Novels of the 1970s -- v. 256. Louisa May Alcott, Work, Eight Cousins, Rose in Bloom, Stories & Other Writings -- v. 257. H. L. Mencken, The Days Trilogy, Expanded Edition
Call Number
PS221
OCLC
  • 21218120
  • 21218120
Title
The library of America.
Imprint
New York, N.Y. : Library of America, Literary Classics of the United States, Inc.
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Irregular
Numbering
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Volumes of this series are arranged alphabetically by author in the Rose Main Reading Room.
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Library of America (Firm)
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Library of America series
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*R-RMRR PS221 .A4
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