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The Best American Nonrequired Reading 2011 (2011)

Call Number 810.8/BEST

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LocationCall NumberItem Status
Adult Nonfiction810.8/BESTAvailable
Published: Boston : Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2011
Series: Best American series.
Description:  xviii, 498 pages ; 21 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 9780547577432, 0547577435,
Language:  English

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Daniel Alarcón -- Adama Bah -- Tom Barbash -- Clare Beams -- Joshuah Bearman -- Sloane Crosley -- Tim Crothers -- William Deresiewicz -- Anthony Doerr -- Neil Gaiman -- Mohammed Hanif -- Chris Jones -- Charlie LeDuff -- J. Robert Lennon -- Mac McClelland -- Joyce Carol Oates -- Michael Paterniti -- Henrietta Rose-Innes -- Anjali Sachdeva -- Olivier Schrauwen -- James Spring -- James Sturm -- Joan Wickersham

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American prose literature -- 21st century.
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Additional Credits:
Eggers, Dave.
Toro, Guillermo del, 1964-

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