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LBS 498: Dr. Spoto's LBS498 Explorations in the Liberal Studies: Books at Cannon

LibGuide for "Let Us Now Praise Famous Men" by James Agee and Walker Evans

A Look At Agee

Agee's Other Works

Check these out!!

If you reside in the Saint Leo area and you are taking this course, please come into the library, talk with the reference librarian, browse the shelves, and check out your materials at circulation. If you are at a distance, you may wish to call or email the reference librarian and order Cannon Library books you find in the online library catalog through Interlibrary Loan/Document Delivery. Here is the link to the Catalog:

http://OCLC Worldcat2.saintleo.edu.saintleo.idm.oclc.org/

Here is the link with which to place your Cannon Library book request:

http://www.saintleo.edu/library/Interlibrary-Loan-And-Document-Delivery/Book-Request-Form

Depressions -- 1929

Some books to help you understand the historical time period of the Great Depression.

More Books to Consider

James Agee wrote poetry! We have The Collected Poems and Permit Me Voyage!

Poet Mark Doty wrote about Agee in the book Tell Me Who I Am.

Alfred Barson wrote a critical study of Agee in the book A Way of Seeing.

Finally, Editor Michael Lofaro brings writers on Agee together in the Tennessee Studies in Literature Volume called James Agee: Reconsiderations.

Please see the attached file for call number and publication information.

 

 

 

Agee And Walker and Others They Have Influenced

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