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0.32 Henry Wasser, American Literature and Studies in Scandinavia, College English, 1966.
0.31 Horst Frenz, American Drama and World Drama, College English, 1945.
0.30 Epsy Colling, From the Persia of Omar Khayyam, College English, 1943.
0.28 Charles Angoff, American Literature in Europe and Israel, College English, 1965.
0.27 James Woodress, American Writers and the Professor, College English, 1957.
0.25 Robert E. Spiller, Critical Standards in the American Romantic Movement, College English, 1947.
0.24 Martin Staples Shockley, American Literature in American Education, College English, 1946.
0.24 Amos L. Herold, "The English Major" Reconsidered, College English, 1942.
0.24 Joseph Doyle, American Literature and the English Department, College English, 1954.
0.24 Arnold Mulder, Noah Webster's Prophecy, College English, 1944.
0.24 Armin Paul Frank, American Literature in Germany, College English, 1966.
0.23 Ernest E. Leisy, The Significance of Recent Scholarship in American Literature, College English, 1940.
0.23 Edward P. J. Corbett, The Cornell School of Rhetoric, Rhetoric Review, 1985.
0.23 Charlton Laird, The Importance of being a Literary Orphan, College English, 1943.
0.23 Shevaun E. Watson, Complicating the Classics: Neoclassical Rhetorics in Two Early American Schoolbooks, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 2001.
0.23 Jean Louis Auclair M. E. Grenander, American Studies in France, College English, 1966.
0.23 Jacob Korg, A Note on "What Aspern Papers? A Hypothesis": Reply, College English, 1962.
0.22 Mary Jane Edwards, Early Canadian Literature in English: A Survey and a Challenge, College English, 1989.
0.22 Ruth Rosenberg, A Comment on "One Hundred Years of Sentence-Combining", College English, 1985.
0.22 Carl Wittke, Melting-Pot Literature, College English, 1946.
0.22 Horst Frenz, Eugene O'Neill's Plays Printed Abroad, College English, 1944.
0.21 Thomas Miller, The Formation of College English: A Survey of the Archives of Eighteenth-Century Rhetorical Theory and Practice, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1990.
0.21 Joseph E. Baker, Provinciality, College English, 1940.
0.21 Norman Holmes Pearson, Surveying American Literature, College English, 1940.
0.21 Egbert S. Oliver, The Existentialist, College English, 1961.
0.20 Janet Carey Eldred Peter Mortensen, "Persuasion Dwelt on Her Tongue": Female Civic Rhetoric in Early America, College English, 1998.
0.20 John B. Bender Bliss Carnochan John Felstiner Kenneth W. Fields Albert J. Guerard N. Scott Momaday Robert M. Polhemus Lucio P. Ruotolo Ronald A. Rebholz Wilfred Stone David W. Williams Elizabeth Traugott, About Bruce Franklin: A Letter from Stanford, College English, 1974.
0.20 William Riley Parker, Where Do English Departments Come from?, College English, 1967.
0.20 Justin O'Brien, American Books and French Readers, College English, 1940.
0.20 John T. Flanagan, American Literature in American Colleges, College English, 1940.
0.20 Raven I. McDavid_ Jr., Oughtn't and Hadn't Ought, College English, 1953.
0.20 Walter Fuller Taylor, In Behalf of the Gilded Age, College English, 1944.
0.19 Peter Buitenhuis Richard M. Coe, Introduction, College English, 1988.
0.19 Richard L. Greeman, An Essay of Not More than 250 Words, College English, 1978.
0.19 James R. Squire, Tucson Arizona -- A British City: Reply, College English, 1968.
0.19 Marshall Kremers, Samuel Newman and the Reduction of Rhetoric in the Early Nineteenth-Century American College, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1983.
0.19 Mary E. Giffin, Nationalism and English Literature, College English, 1945.
0.19 Herbert Edwards, The Prophetic Mind of Henry Adams, College English, 1942.
0.19 Thomas P. Miller, Where Did College English Studies Come from?, Rhetoric Review, 1990.
0.18 Weller Embler, American Literature Revisited, College English, 1951.
0.18 John McCall, Ben Franklin Revisited, College English, 1965.
0.18 Maxwell Geismar, Naturalism Yesterday and Today, College English, 1954.
0.18 Winifred Bryan Horner, The Roots of Modern Writing Instruction: Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Britain, Rhetoric Review, 1990.
0.18 Epsy Colling, Eternal Errors, College English, 1942.
0.18 Gerhard Friedrich, A New College Course in American Literature, College English, 1957.
0.18 J. L. Capps J. R. Kintz, Advanced Freshman English at West Point, College Composition and Communication, 1963.
0.18 Randall Stewart, Present Trends in the Study and Teaching of American Literature, College English, 1957.
0.18 Mary A. Wyman, An Experiment in the Survey of English Literature, College English, 1946.
0.18 Edward F. Grier, American Studies and the Freshman Course, College Composition and Communication, 1959.
0.18 Donald C. Stewart, Harvard's Influence on English Studies: Perceptions from Three Universities in the Early Twentieth Century, College Composition and Communication, 1992.
0.17 Robert J. Connors, The Rise and Fall of the Modes of Discourse, College Composition and Communication, 1981.
0.17 J. A. W. Bennett, English as You Teach It in America, College English, 1941.
0.17 Donald C. Stewart, Rediscovering Fred Newton Scott, College English, 1979.
0.16 William H. Pritchard, On Bruce Franklin "The Teaching of Literature in the Highest Academies of the Empire" (CE March 1970), College English, 1970.
0.16 Dayton Kohler, Van Wyck Brooks: Traditionally American, College English, 1941.
0.16 Katherine Woods, The Van Doren Brothers in American Letters, College English, 1940.
0.16 Carole Gerson, The Changing Contours of a National Literature, College English, 1988.
0.16 James B. McMillan, The American Language, College English, 1946.
0.16 Charles Paine, The Composition Course and Public Discourse: The Case of Adams Sherman Hill Popular Culture and Cultural Inoculation, Rhetoric Review, 1997.
0.16 Robert E. Knoll, A Reply to Friendly Critics, College English, 1971.
0.16 Donald C. Stewart, NCTE's First President and the Movement for Language Reform, College English, 1986.
0.16 Willard Thorp, The Training of College Teachers of American Literature, College English, 1947.
0.16 Marlana Portolano, Increase and Diffusion of Knowledge: Ethos of Science and Education in the Smithsonian's Inception, Rhetoric Review, 1999.
0.16 William Wasserstrom, Howells' Mansion and Thoreau's Cabin, College English, 1965.
0.16 James Daugherty, [Poem], College English, 1945.
0.16 Leo Gurko, American Literature: The Forces behind Its Growing up, College English, 1946.
0.16 James R. Squire, International Perspective on the Teaching of English, College English, 1968.
0.15 Robert Withington, Transplanted Names: Comments on Some Changes of Pronunciation in America Brought about by a Migration across the Atlantic, College English, 1943.
0.15 H. L. Creek, The Seven Ages of Professor Christopher Trimmer, College English, 1945.
0.15 Thomas Pyles, The Role of Historical Linguistics, College English, 1965.
0.15 Harold Simpson, A Harmless Crime?, College English, 1952.
0.15 Katherine H. Adams John L. Adams, The Paradox within: Origins of the Current-Traditional Paradigm, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1987.
0.15 Sculley Bradley, The Preparation of the High-School Teacher in American Literature, College English, 1947.
0.15 Herbert F. Hahn, The Education of Henry Adams Reconsidered, College English, 1963.
0.15 Goodwin Berquist, The Rhetorical Travels of Robert T Oliver, Rhetoric Review, 1990.
0.15 Marshall Myers, "Rugged Grandeur": A Study of the Influences on the Writing Style of Abraham Lincoln and a Brief Study of His Writing Habits, Rhetoric Review, 2004.
0.15 Robert J. Connors, Textbooks and the Evolution of the Discipline, College Composition and Communication, 1986.
0.15 Louis Hasley, American Literature of the Westward Movement, College English, 1964.
0.15 Gorham Munson, Who Are Our Favorite Nineteenth-Century Authors?, College English, 1944.
0.15 Lisa S. Mastrangelo, Building a Dinosaur from the Bones: Fred Newton Scott and Women's Progressive Era Graduate Work at the University of Michigan, Rhetoric Review, 2005.
0.15 Sanford Radner, The Communication Concepts of Harold Innis, College Composition and Communication, 1959.
0.15 Gerhard Friedrich, Perspective in the Teaching of American Literature, College English, 1958.
0.15 Tremaine McDowell, General Education and College English, College English, 1946.