Smith, Zadie. : Contemporary Black biography. Volume 51 : profiles from the international Black community / Sara Pendergast and Tom Pendergast, editors.
Smith, Zadie. : Alone together : a discussion of the authorial purpose of the dysfunctional families in Jonathan Franzen's The corrections, Zadie Smith's On beauty and JD Salinger's Glass family stories / Catherine Louise Swinn.
Smith, Zadie. : Reading across worlds : transnational book groups and the reception of difference / James Procter (Reader, Newcastle University, UK), Bethan Benwell (Senior Lecturer, University of Stirling, UK)
Smith, Zephania Hollister, 1759-1836. : A sermon, delivered at the ordination of the Rev. Mr. Zephania H. Smith, to the pastoral office over the First Church in Newtown. [electronic resource] : March 9th, 1786. / By Cyprian Strong, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Chatham. ; [Two lines from II Corinthians]
Smithereens (Musical group) : Contemporary musicians. Volume 14 [electronic resource] : profiles of the people in music / Suzanne M. Bourgoin, editor.
Paleoecology -- Texas -- Smithers Lake. : Recent vertebrate carcasses and their paleobiological implications [electronic resource] / Johannes Weigelt ; translated by Judith Schaefer ; foreword by Anna K. Behrensmeyer and Catherine Badgley.
Vertebrates, Fossil -- Texas -- Smithers Lake. : Recent vertebrate carcasses and their paleobiological implications [electronic resource] / Johannes Weigelt ; translated by Judith Schaefer ; foreword by Anna K. Behrensmeyer and Catherine Badgley.
Smithers, Leonard C. (Leonard Charles), 1861-1907. : Publisher to the decadents : Leonard Smithers in the careers of Beardsley, Wilde, Dowson / James G. Nelson ; with an appendix on Smithers and the erotic book trade by Peter Mendes and a checklist of Smithers' publications by James G. Nelson and Peter Mendes.
Smithers, Richard. : Cato Street conspirators [electronic resource] : a correct narrative of the events which led to the detection of the conspirators that assembled in Cato Street, Edgeware Road, for the purpose of murdering the ministers on the 23rd of February, 1820, concerted by Arthur Thistlewood and a number of disaffected persons.