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Essential Questions

  • What does it mean to be American? How does living in the United States influence who we are?
  • How does American art and literature reflect and influence one's identity?
  • What does American art and literature say to us about race, gender, class, and aspirations? 

Literature Resource Center

Art Resources

Art books are found in the 700s section of the library. We also have art magazines!

 

Poetry Resources

Poetry collections are found in 811.

 

American Studies Resources

Search the WHS Library Catalog

Performing Arts

Performing Arts books are in the 700s.

Plays are found in the 812s. 

History Resources

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