"What was life like for the characters in The Scarlet Letter"
"Where can I get information about the slave-times setting of Uncle Tom's Cabin"
"Why is To Kill a Mockingbird set in a small town?"
Now students can find quick, complete answers to these and hundreds of other questions about the historical background of 400 most-studied literary works -- novels, plays, poems, speeches, and short stories, both foreign and American
The seven-volume set combines the original five-volume set and its two-volume supplement and is now available as one rich text-only database consisting of 3,375 pages and 400 profiles of literary works. The database consists of original editorial content published from 1998-2002.
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