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Horace Odes II: Vatis Amici By Horace, David West. Clarendon Press, 1998
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Horace on the Art of Poetry: Latin Text, English Prose Translation, Introduction and Notes, Together with Ben Jonson's English Verse Rendering By Horace, Edward Henry Blakeney, Ben Jonson. Scholars Press for the Society of Biblical Literature, 1928
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Horace Poolaw, Photographer of American Indian Modernity By Laura E. Smith. University of Nebraska Press, 2016
Horace Walpole By Wilmarth Sheldon Lewis. Pantheon books, 1961
Horace Walpole By Dorothy Margaret Stuart. Macmillan, 1927
Horace: A New Interpretation By Archibald Y. Campbell. Methuen & Co., Ltd., 1924
Horace's Narrative Odes By Michèle Lowrie. Clarendon Press, 1997
Horatio Gates: Defender of American Liberties By Samuel White Patterson. Columbia University Press, 1941
Hormone Use in Menopause & Male Andropause: A Choice for Women and Men By Sheldon J. Segal, Luigi D. Mastroianni. Oxford University Press, 2003
The Hormones in Human Reproduction By George W. Corner. Princeton University Press, 1947
Hormones, Genes, and Cancer By Brian E. Henderson, Bruce Ponder, Ronald K. Ross. Oxford University Press, 2003
The Hormones: Physiology, Chemistry, and Applications - Vol. 1 By Gregory Pincus, Kenneth V. Thimann. Academic Press, 1948
Horn of Plenty: The Story of Louis Armstrong By Robert Goffin, James F. Bezou. Allen, Towne & Heath, 1947
Horn Technique By Gunther Schuller. Oxford University, 1992 (2nd edition)
Horns and Beaks: Ceratopsian and Ornithopod Dinosaurs By Kenneth Carpenter. Indiana University Press, 2007
Horrendous Evils and the Goodness of God By Marilyn McCord Adams. Cornell University Press, 1999
Horrible Prettiness: Burlesque and American Culture By Robert C. Allen. University of North Carolina Press, 1991
Horror Film: Creating and Marketing Fear By Steffen Hantke. University Press of Mississippi, 2004
The Horror Film By Stephen Prince. Rutgers University Press, 2004
Horror Films: Current Research on Audience Preferences and Reactions By James B. Weaver III, Ron Tamborini. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1996
Horrors of Slavery, or, The American Tars in Tripoli By William Ray, Hester Blum. Rutgers University Press, 2008
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The Horse & Buggy Age in New England By Edwin Valentine Mitchell. Coward-McCann, Inc., 1937
The Horse and the Sword By Harold Peake, Herbert John Fleure. Yale University Press, 1933
Horse, Bird & Man: The Origins of Greek Paintings By J. L. Benson. University of Massachusetts Press, 1970
The Horseman on the Roof By Jean Giono, Jonathan Griffin. Knopf, 1954
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Horseracing and the British, 1919-39 By Mike Huggins. Manchester University Press, 2003
Horses and Men: Tales, Long and Short, from Our American Life By Sherwood Anderson. B.W. Huebsch, Inc., 1923
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FREE! A Horse's Tale By Mark Twain, Lucius Hitchcock. Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1907
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Horse-Shoe Robinson By John Pendleton Kennedy, Ernest E. Leisy. Cincinnati American Book Company, 1937
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Horton Foote: A Literary Biography By Charles S. Watson. University of Texas Press, 2003
Hosea By Ehud Ben Zvi, Rolf P. Knierim, Marvin A. Sweeney. William B. Eerdmans, 2005
Hospital at War: The 95th Evacuation Hospital in World War II By Zachary B. Friedenberg. Texas A&M University Press, 2004
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Hospital Care for the Uninsured in Miami-Dade County: Hospital Finance and Patient Travel Patterns By Catherine A. Jackson, Kathryn Pitkin Derose, James Chiesa, Jose J. Escarce. Rand, 2002
Hospital on the Move: Life with the 79th Hospital in World War II By Mary Jane Kohlenberg. Truman State University Press, 2000
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Hostage: Terror and Triumph By James F. Campbell. Greenwood Press, 1992
Hostile Acts: U. S. Policy in Costa Rica in the 1980s By Martha Honey. University Presses of Florida, 1994
Hostiles and Friendlies: Selected Short Writings By Mari Sandoz. University of Nebraska Press, 1959
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Hostility and Aggression By Dolf Zillmann. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1979
Hosts and Guests: The Anthropology of Tourism By Valene L. Smith. University of Pennsylvania Press, 1989 (2nd edition)
Hot Chocolate at Hanselmann's By Rosetta Loy, Gregory Conti. University of Nebraska Press, 2003
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Hot Spot: Sub-Saharan Africa By Toyin Falola, Adebayo O. Oyebade. Greenwood, 2010
Hot Spot: North America and Europe By Joseph R. Rudolph Jr.. Greenwood Press, 2008
Hotel Life: The Story of a Place Where Anything Can Happen By Caroline Field Levander, Matthew Pratt Guterl. The University of North Carolina Press, 2015
The Hound of the Baskervilles: Another Adventure of Sherlock Holmes By Arthur Conan Doyle, W. W. Robson. Oxford University Press, 1994
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An Hour with American Music By Paul Rosenfield. J.B. Lippincott Company, 1929
The Hours of Jeanne d'Evreux, Queen of France By Cloisters Museum. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1957
Hours of Opportunity By Jennifer Sloan McCombs, Nate Orr, Susan J. Bodilly, Scott Naftel, Louay Constant, Ethan Scherer, Daniel Gershwin. Rand, 2010
The House and Foreign Policy: The Irony of Congressional Reform By Charles W. Whalen Jr.. University of North Carolina Press, 1982
The House Committee on Foreign Affairs By Albert C. F. Westphal. Columbia University Press, 1942
A House Divided during the Civil War Era By Rodney P. Carlisle, J. Geoffrey Golson. ABC-Clio, 2007
A House Dividing: Lincoln as President Elect By William E. Baringer. Abraham Lincoln Association, 1945
The House I Knew: Memories of Youth By Elisabeth Neilson. Houghton Mifflin Company, 1941
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A House in Chicago By Olivia Howard Dunbar. The University of Chicago Press, 1947
The House Is Made of Poetry: The Art of Ruth Stone By Wendy Barker, Sandra M. Gilbert. Southern Illinois University Press, 1996
A House Is Not a Home By Polly Adler. Rinehart, 1953
House Life: Space, Place, and Family in Europe By Donna Birdwell-Pheasant, Denise Lawrence-Zúñiga. Berg, 1999
The House of a Thousand Floors By Jan Weiss, Alexandra Büchler. Central European University Press, 2016
The House of Adam Smith By Eli Ginzberg. Octagon Books, 1964
The House of Bondage, Or, Charlotte Brooks and Other Slaves By Octavia V. Rogers Albert. Oxford US, 1988
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A House of Children By Joyce Cary. Harper & Brothers, 1956
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The House of Connelly and Other Plays By Paul Green. S. French, 1931
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FREE! The House of Dust: A Symphony By Conrad Aiken. The Four Seas Company, 1920
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The House of Gair: A Novel By Eric Linklater. Harcourt, Brace, 1954
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A House of Her Own: Kay Sage, Solitary Surrealist By Judith D. Suther. University of Nebraska Press, 1997
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