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Anglicizing America: Empire, Revolution, Republic By Ignacio Gallup-Diaz, Andrew Shankman, David J. Silverman. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2015
FREE! Angling Sketches By Andrew Lang. Longmans, Green, 1895 (New edition)
Anglish/Yinglish: Yiddish in American Life and Literature By Gene Bluestein. University of Nebraska Press, 1998 (2nd edition)
Anglo-American Cultural Relations in the Seventeenth & Eighteenth Centuries By Leon Howard, Louis B. Wright. William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, 1959
Anglo-American Folksong Scholarship since 1898 By D. K. Wilgus. Rutgers University Press, 1959
FREE! Anglo-American Isthmian Diplomacy, 1815-1915 By Mary Wilhelmine Williams. American Historical Association, 1916
Anglo-American Literary Relations By George Stuart Gordon. Oxford University Press, 1942
Anglo-American Political Relations, 1675-1775 By Alison Gilbert Olson, Richard Maxwell Brown. Rutgers University Press, 1970
The Anglo-American Predicament By H. C. Allen. St. Martin's Press, 1960
Anglo-French Relations, 1898-1998: From Fashoda to Jospin By Philippe Chassaigne, Michael Dockrill. Palgrave, 2002
FREE! The Anglo-German Problem By Charles Sarolea. T. Nelson and Sons, 1912
The Anglo-Japanese Alliance, 1902-22 By Phillips Payson O'Brien. RoutledgeCurzon, 2004
Anglo-Norman Castles By Robert Liddiard. Boydell Press, 2003
Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts By Michelle P. Brown. British Library, 1991
Anglo-Saxon Perceptions of the Islamic World By Katharine Scarfe Beckett. Cambridge University Press, 2003
Anglo-Saxon Poetry By R. K. Gordon. J. M. Dent & Sons, 1954
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Anglo-Saxon Riddles of the Exeter Book By Paull F. Baum. Duke University Press, 1963
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Anglo-Saxonism and the Construction of Social Identity By Allen J. Frantzen, John D. Niles. University Press of Florida, 1997
The Anglo-Saxons By D. M. Wilson. Frederick A. Praeger, 1960
Angola, a Country Study By Thomas Collelo. U.S. G.P.O., 1991 (3rd edition)
The Angry American: How Voter Rage Is Changing the Nation By Susan J. Tolchin. Westview Press, 1999 (2nd edition)
The Angry Decade By Leo Gurko. Dodd, Mead, 1947
The Angry Theatre: New British Drama By John Russell Taylor. Hill and Wang, 1962
Animal and Plant Anatomy - Vol. 9 By Joyce Tavolacci. Marshall Cavendish, 2006
Animal and Plant Anatomy - Vol. 2 By Joyce Tavolacci. Marshall Cavendish, 2006
Animal and Plant Anatomy - Vol. 6 By Joyce Tavolacci. Marshall Cavendish, 2006
Animal Biology By J. B. S. Haldane, Julian Huxley. Clarendon Press, 1927
Animal Bodies, Renaissance Culture By Karen Raber. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2013
Animal Camouflage By Adolf Portmann. University of Michigan Press, 1959
Animal Characters: Nonhuman Beings in Early Modern Literature By Bruce Thomas Boehrer. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2010
Animal Cognition: Proceedings of the Harry Frank Guggenheim Conference, June 2-4, 1982 By H. S. Terrace, H. L. Roitblat, T. G. Bever, Harry Frank Guggenheim Conference Columbia University. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1984
Animal Cognition: A Tribute to Donald A. Riley By Donald A. Riley, Thomas R. Zentall. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1993
Animal Consciousness By Daisie Radner, Michael Radner. Prometheus Books, 1996
Animal Ecology To-Day By F. S. Bodenheimer, W. W. Weisbach. W. Junk, 1958
Animal Hormones: A Comparative Survey - Vol. 1 By Penelope M. Jenkin, John E. Harris. Pergamon Press, 1962
The Animal Kingdom: A Comedy By Philip Barry, Samuel French. S. French, 1932
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A primary source is a work that is being studied, or that provides first-hand or direct evidence on a topic. Common types of primary sources include works of literature, historical documents, original philosophical writings, and religious texts.
The Animal Question: Why Nonhuman Animals Deserve Human Rights By Paola Cavalieri, Catherine Woollard. Oxford University Press, 2001
Animal Rights & Human Morality By Bernard E. Rollin. Prometheus Books, 1992 (Revised edition)
Animal Rights and Moral Philosophy By Julian H. Franklin. Columbia University Press, 2005
Animal Rights: What Everyone Needs to Know By Paul Waldau. Oxford University Press, 2011
Animal Rights: A Reference Handbook By Clifford J. Sherry. ABC-Clio, 2009 (2nd edition)
Animal Rights: Current Debates and New Directions By Cass R. Sunstein, Martha C. Nussbaum. Oxford University Press, 2004
Animal Rights: History and Scope of a Radical Social Movement By Harold D. Guither. Southern Illinois University Press, 1998
Animal Testing By Karen Judson. Marshall Cavendish Benchmark, 2006
Animals and Human Society: Changing Perspectives By Aubrey Manning, James Serpell. Routledge, 1994
Animals and Nature: Cultural Myths, Cultural Realities By Rod Preece. University of British Columbia Press, 1999
Animals and World Religions By Lisa Kemmerer. Oxford University Press, 2012
The Animated Man: A Life of Walt Disney By Michael Barrier. University of California Press, 2007
The Animated Movie Guide By Jerry Beck. Chicago Review Press, 2005
Animating Space: From Mickey to WALL-E By J. P. Telotte. University Press of Kentucky, 2010
Animation: Art and Industry By Maureen Furniss. John Libbey, 2009
Animism: Respecting the Living World By Graham Harvey. Columbia University Press, 2006
Anishinabe: 6 Studies of Modern Chippewa By J. Anthony Paredes. University Presses of Florida, 1980
Anita Whitney, Louis Brandeis, and the First Amendment By Haig Bosmajian. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2010
Ann Dvorak: Hollywood's Forgotten Rebel By Christina Rice. University Press of Kentucky, 2013
FREE! Ann Veronica: A Modern Love Story By H. G. Wells. Boni and Liveright, 1909
PRIMARY SOURCE
A primary source is a work that is being studied, or that provides first-hand or direct evidence on a topic. Common types of primary sources include works of literature, historical documents, original philosophical writings, and religious texts.
Anna Freud: The Dream of Psychoanalysis By Robert Coles. Addison-Wesley Publishing, 1992
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