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These reference works are arranged in call number order and are available on the circulating shelves upstairs. You should own Hacker's A Writer's Reference (7th edition).
"Very Short Introductions" from Oxford University Press is an excellent series of short survey works on a wide variety of topics. The Library owns about 150 titles. The titles listed below in call number order are especially relevant to the thematic focus of HUM 5207 for Spring 2015.
Remember that by browsing the shelves near these call numbers, you will discover many more related titles.
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