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Contains a wide range of reference essays and scholarly criticism examining great authors and their works, full-length films and ebook versions of more than 1,000 classic works of literature, and an in-depth Shakespeare Center filled with a treasure trove of content on all things Shakespeare.
This volume offers in-depth analysis of documents from the history Americans first inhabitants. This text closely studies thirty documents, beginning with the Iroquois Thanksgiving Address and continuing through the Dakota Pipeline court decision in 2017.
This resource discusses the extremely long and violent history of slavery in multiple contexts, from ancient times to the slave trade during colonial America, and from the abolitionist movement to issues of slavery in the modern era.
This resource offers a broad range of historical documents on important authors and subjects in World War I research. Written by historians and experts in the field, this resource examines a wide array of primary source documents with an in-depth critical analysis.
This resource contains 80 primary source documents-many in their entirety. Each document is supported by a critical essay, written by historians and teachers, that includes a Summary Overview, Defining Moment, Author Biography, Document Analysis, and Essential Themes.
Readers will appreciate the diversity of the collected texts, including journals, letters, speeches, political sermons, laws, government reports, and court cases, among other genres.
This text is well-supported by top-matter information, like dates and definitions. Dozens of photos supplement the content and a good number of charts and tables offer valuable statistics and helpful information.
As we continue to grapple with the reality of COVID-19, the worst and most widespread pandemic in more than a century, that so far has claimed more than 130,000 deaths around the world, Pandemics: The Invisible Enemy provides solid content that can help us learn from the past, answer today's questions, and offer some guidance on how to maneuver the future.