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Dark Symbols, Obscure Signs

God, Self, And Community In The Slave Mind

Earl, Riggins R.


 

The American War in Viet Nam

Cultural Memories at the Turn of the Century

Eastman, Susan Lyn


 

Thomas Wolfe and Lost Children in Southern Literature

Eckard, Paula Gallant


 

Russian Philosophy, Volume 1

The Beginnings of Russian Philosophy, the Slavophiles, the Westernizers

Edie, James M., James P. Scanlan, and Mary-Barbara Zeldin, eds.


 

Russian Philosophy, Volume 2

The Nihilists, the Populists, Critics of Religion and Culture

Edie, James M., James P. Scanlan, and Mary-Barbara Zeldin, eds.


 

Russian Philosophy, Volume 3

Pre-Revolutionary Philosophy and Theology, Philosophers in Exile, Marxists and Communists

Edie, James M., James P. Scanlan, and Mary-Barbara Zeldin, eds.


 

A Handbook to Appalachia

An Introduction to the Region

Edwards, Grace Toney, JoAnn Aust Asbury, and Ricky L. Cox, eds.


 

Visions of Utopia

Nashoba, Rugby, Ruskin, and the "New Communities" in Tennessee's Past

Egerton, John


 

Nashville

An American Self Portrait

Egerton, John and E. Thomas Wood, eds.


 

The Road

Ehle, John


 

Miners, Millhands, and Mountaineers

Industrialization of the Appalachian South, 1880-1930

Eller, Ronald D.


 

North Carolina English, 1861-1865

A Guide and Glossary

Ellis, Michael E.


 

Graceful Women

Gender and Identity in an American Sikh Community

Elsberg, Constance Waeber


 

A History of the Tennessee Supreme Court

Ely, Jr., James W.


 

Grist

The Journal for Writers, Issue 1

English Department


 

The Citizens of Zion

Social Origins of Camp Meeting Revivalism

Eslinger, Ellen


 

Napoleon and Egyptomania in Tennessee

Evans, Elaine Altman


 

Scholars, Scoundrels, & the Sphinx

Photographic & Archaeological Adventure Up Nile

Evans, Elaine Altman


 

When Dempsey Fought Tunney

Heroes, Hokum and Storytelling in the Jazz Age

Evensen, Bruce J.


 

Tennessee Women in the Progressive Era

Toward the Public Sphere in the New South

Evins, Mary A.


 

Chattanooga, 1865-1900

A City Set Down in Dixie

Ezzell, Tim


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