Talk:The Cambridge History of English and American Literature

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this entry is incorrect the history is rewritten every 50 years or so. sacvan bercovitch did the last one around 2000.

Sort of, the Bercovitch edition was called The Cambridge History of American Literature but your right the newer editions should be mentioned - I originally intended the article only for 1907-21 edition, like Encyclopedia Britannica Eleventh Edition - but it might make sense to expand it to include the series. -- Stbalbach 22:49, 8 August 2006 (UTC)

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