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PS374.T7 S45 1997 [Info] Writing Tricksters: Mythic Gambols in American Ethnic Literature (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1997), by Jeanne Rosier Smith (HTML at UC Press)
PS374 .U8 P43 1988 [Info] The Utopian Novel in America, 1886-1896: The Politics of Form (Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1988), by Jean Pfaelzer (page images at Pitt)
PS375 .P4 [Info] The Early American Novel (Columbus, OH: Ohio State University Press, c1971), by Henri Petter (PDF from Ohio State University Press)
PS377 .C6 1911 [Info] Some American Story Tellers (New York: H. Holt and Co., 1911), by Frederic Taber Cooper (page images at HathiTrust)
PS377 .G66 2010 [Info] The Troubled Union: Expansionist Imperatives in Post-Reconstruction American Novels (Columbus, OH: Ohio State University Press, c2010), by John Morán González (PDF at Ohio State)
PS379 .P36 1983 [Info] The Novel in Motion: An Approach to Modern Fiction (Columbus, OH: Ohio State University Press, 1983), by Richard Pearce (PDF at Ohio State)
PS430 .O5 1992 [Info] On Humor: The Best From American Literature (Durham, NC and London: Duke University Press, 1992), ed. by Louis J. Budd and Edwin Harrison Cady (page images at HathiTrust)
PS430 .S88 [Info] Studies in American Humor (partial serial archives)
PS437 .W35 B5 [Info] Black Jokes, for "Blue Devils" (New York: H. J. Wehman, 1897), by Henry J. Wehman (multiple formats at
PS437 .W35 B7 [Info] Brudder Bones' "4-11-44" Joker: Containing a Jolly Lot of Sable Conundrums, Ethiopian Jokes, Burnt Cork Comicalities and Darkey Dialogues (New York: H. J. Wehman, 1897), by Henry J. Wehman (multiple formats at
PS461 .B8 L3 [Info] The Marvelous Exploits of Paul Bunyan (Minneapolis: The Red River Lumber Company, 1934), by William B. Laughead (Gutenberg text)
PS475 .C47 [Info] A Gift for a Little Child (Concord, NH: R. Merrill, 1843) (multiple formats at
PS501 .B549 [Info] Blue Book Magazine (partial serial archives)
PS501 .D472 [Info] Detective Story Magazine (partial serial archives)
PS501 .I68 [Info] The Iowa Review (partial serial archives)
PS501 .S44 [Info] Short Stories (partial serial archives)
PS501 .W4 [Info] Western Story Magazine (partial serial archives)
PS504 .A48 [Info] The Adventures of Colonel Daniel Boon, by John Filson, contrib. by Daniel Boone (Gutenberg text)
PS504 .A48 [Info] A Seleced Catalogue of Some of the Most Esteemed Publications in the English Language Proper to Form a Social Library; With an Introduction Upon the Choice of Books (Boston: I. Thomas and E. T. Andrews, 1793), by Thaddeus Mason Harris (MS Word at Princeton)
PS504 .A82 1893 [Info] The First Book of the Authors Club: Liber Scriptorum (New York: Authors Club, 1893) (page images at CMU)
PS504 .A82 1921 [Info] The Second Book of the Authors Club: Liber Scriptorum (New York: Authors Club, 1921) (page images at CMU)
PS507 .M6 [Info] Half-Hours With the Best American Authors (4 volumes; Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott company, 1891), ed. by Charles Morris
PS507 .N6 [Info] World's Renowned Authors, and Their Grand Masterpieces of Poetry and Prose (Kansas City, MO: Topeka Book Co., 1902), by Henry Davenport Northrop (page images at HathiTrust)
PS508.F66 F66 2008 [Info] The Folklore Muse: Poetry, Fiction, and Other Reflections by Folklorists (Logan, UT: Utah State University Press, c2008), by F. A. De Caro (PDF with commentary at
PS508 .N3 T5 [Info] Quotations From Negro Authors (c1921), ed. by Katherine Davis Chapman Tillman (multiple formats at

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