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Petty, William: Of the Scale of Creatures 28-01-2023 works
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von Ellis Dye, Macalester College 27-01-2023 people
Hughes, Langston: Little Dog Madison Helbig, University of Akron 26-01-2023 works
The Vinland sagas Dale Kedwards 26-01-2023 context
Anonymous: Ambrósíuss saga biskups Davide Salmoiraghi 25-01-2023 works
Brontë, Charlotte: The Professor Scott Caddy, Arizona State University 25-01-2023 works
Capgrave, John: St Katherine Karen Winstead, Ohio State University 25-01-2023 works
Skeggjason, Markús Ármann Jakobsson, University of Iceland 25-01-2023 people
The mistress and maid figures in European literature Stewart Crehan, University of Zambia 25-01-2023 context
Atwood, Margaret: Dearly Shelby Judge, University of Glasgow 19-01-2023 works
Châtelet, Emilie du Lucille Raynal, University College Dublin 19-01-2023 people
Savinio, Alberto Cristina La Bella, Università di Roma 'La Sapienza' 19-01-2023 people
Anonymous: Þórðar saga kakala Sverrir Jakobsson, University of Iceland 16-01-2023 works
Capgrave, John Karen Winstead, Ohio State University 16-01-2023 people
Eighteenth Century German Fausts J. M. Van Der Laan, Illinois State University 16-01-2023 context
Sarina, Peppino Pietro Porta 16-01-2023 people
Þættir Ármann Jakobsson, University of Iceland 16-01-2023 context
Shamsie, Kamila: Broken Verses Nadia Anwar 11-01-2023 works
Suhaiymah Manzoor-Khan, Suhaiymah Ramisha Rafique, The Nottingham Trent University 11-01-2023 people
Anonymous: Þorgils saga ok Hafliða Sverrir Jakobsson, University of Iceland 30-12-2022 works
Anonymous: Landnámabók Sverrir Jakobsson, University of Iceland 29-12-2022 works
Anonymous: Stúfs þáttr Þórdís Edda Jóhannesdóttir, University of Iceland 29-12-2022 works
Thackeray, William Makepeace: Catherine Matthew Skwiat, University of Virginia 29-12-2022 works
Thomas, Angie: The Hate U Give Kendra Ivery, University of Akron 29-12-2022 works

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