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Imagining Language in America: From the Revolution to the Civil War (Princeton Legacy Library) First Edition Edition

ISBN-13: 978-0691068824
ISBN-10: 0691068828
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Hana Wirth-Nesher is Samuel L. and Perry Haber Chair on the Study of the Jewish Experience and Professor of English, Tel Aviv University. She is the author of City Codes: Reading the Modern Urban Novel. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

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Michael P. Kramer was born in Brooklyn, New York, was educated at Columbia University, and taught at Princeton University and the University of California before moving to Jerusalem, where he has lived for the past twenty years. He now teaches in the English Department and leads the William Solomon Jewish Arts Seminar in the Shaindy Rudoff Graduate Program in Creative Writing at Bar-Ilan University. His annotated translation of S.Y. Agnon's "And the Crooked Shall be Made Straight" will be published by Toby Press in 2013.

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