CLAJCommittee on Law and Justice (National Academies of Sciences; Washington, DC)
CLAJClermont Loisirs Animation Jeunesse (French: Clermont Youth Animation Entertainment; Clermont, France)
CLAJCollege Language Association Journal
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"Ascent and Immersion: Narrative Expression in Their Eyes Were Watching God." CLAJ, 39 (March 1996), 369-379.
"The Folklore of the Coasts in Black Women's Fiction of the Harlem Renaissance." CLAJ, 39 (March 1996), 273-301.
24 Although my interpretation differs, Glenn Altschuler's "Whose Foot on Whose Throat: A Reexamination of Melville's Benito Cereno," CLAJ, 18, no.
Obuchowski, "Technique and Meaning in Melville's Israel Potter," CLAJ, 31 (June 1988), 455-71.
(7) Kenny Jackson, "Israel Potter: Melville's |4th of July Story,'" (CLAJ, 9 (1963), 197-198, 204.
O'Sullivan, Jr., "Of Souls and Pottage: James Weldon Johnson's The Autobiography of an Ex-Coloured Man," CLAJ, 23 (1979), 60-70.