Up for grabs this weekend is Vincent Leitch's American Literary Criticism from the 30s to the 80s, a nice clean paperback copy with just a tiny bit of pencil underlining on a few pages. I haven't cracked this book since my undergrad days & don't know whether it's still a useful tome, but it was essential for the lit theory class I took at the University of Houston back in the day.
Remember: you may claim this book for free by posting a response here, to this blog post, or on Facebook (I cross-post there after this post appears). I will ship your item(s) by Media Mail; all I ask is that you reimburse me for the postage.
Speaking of free books, if you haven't heard of PaperbackSwap.com, you should really check it out. I managed to unload eight books within 48 hours of joining, and can't wait for my "swap credits" to roll in so I can... err, get more books, yeah.
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