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  Capote, Truman, Other Voices, Other Rooms (1948): analysis by 9 critics
  Capote, Truman, In Cold Blood (1965): analysis by 3 critics
  Carlisle, Andrea, “Emily Dickinson’s To-Do List” (1996): humor
  Carlisle, Andrea, “Emily Dickinson's To-Do List” (1996)
  Carver, Raymond, “Neighbors” (1976): analysis
  Carver, Raymond, “Cathedral” (1981): analysis
  Carver, Raymond, “Boxes” (1987): review
  Castaneda, Carlos, Journey to Ixtlan (1972): commentary by 11 critics
  Castaneda, Carlos
  Cather, Willa, O Pioneers! (1913): analysis by 12 critics
  Cather, Willa, The Song of the Lark (1915): analysis by 6 critics
  Cather, Willa, My Antonia (1918): analysis by Wallace Stegner
  Cather, Willa, 10 critics discuss My Antonia
  Cather, Willa, One of Ours (1922): analysis by 2 critics
  Cather, Willa, A Lost Lady (1923): analysis by 9 critics
  Cather, Willa, The Professor's House (1925): analysis by chapter
  Cather, Willa, 12 critics discuss The Professor's House
  Cather, Willa, My Mortal Enemy (1926): analysis by 3 critics
  Cather, Willa, Death Comes for the Archbishop (1927): analysis by 9 critics
  Cather, Willa
  Chesterton, G. K., (British), “After Walt Whitman” (c .1894-1936): parody
  Chesterton (English), G. K., “After Walt Whitman” (c.1894-1936): parody
  Chicchinelli, Eugene, Underwater Rodeo: The Saga of a Deep Sea Diver (2000): review
  Underwater Rodeo: Saga of a Deep Sea Diver (2000), Eugene Chicchinelli

  Chopin, Kate, The Awakening (1899): analysis by chapter
  Chopin, Kate, The Awakening: concise analysis
  Chopin, Kate, 37 critics discuss The Awakening
  Chopin, Kate, 46 critics differ over the ending of The Awakening
  Chopin, Kate, “Desiree's Baby” (1893): analysis by 2 critics
  Chopin, Kate, “A Respectable Woman” (1894): analysis
  Chopin, Kate, “The Story of an Hour” (1894): analysis by 2 critics
  Chopin, Kate, “Athenaise” (1895): analysis
  Chopin, Kate, “The Storm” (1898): analysis
  Clark, John Abbot, “The Love Song of F. Scott Fitzgerald” (c.1955): parody of T. S. Eliot
  Clark, Walter Van Tilburg, The Ox-Bow Incident (1940): analysis by 3 critics
  Clark, John Abbot, “The Love Song of F. Scott Fitzgerald” (c.1955): humor
  Collins, Billy, “Taking Off Emily Dickinson’s Clothes” (1998): humor
  Collins, Billy, “Taking Off Emily Dickinson's Clothes” (1998): humor
  Cooper, James Fenimore, The Leatherstocking Saga (1823-41): overview
  Cooper, James Fenimore,The Prairie (1827): analysis in detail
  Cooper, James Fenimore
  Cope, Wendy (English), “Waste Land Limericks” (1986): parody of T. S. Eliot
  Cope, Wendy (British), “Waste Land Limericks” (1986): parody of T. S. Eliot
    Apocalypse Now (1979), by John Milius & Francis Ford Coppola
  Crace, John (English), “The Crying of Lot 49” (2008): parody of Thomas Pynchon
  Cranch, Christopher, “Gnosis” (1844)
  Crane, Stephen, “The Bride Comes to Yellow Sky” (1898): analysis of humor
    The Red Badge of Courage (1895) by Stephen Crane, adapted by John Huston (1951)
  Crane, Stephen, Maggie: A Girl of the Streets (1893): analysis by 28 critics
  Crane, Stephen, The Red Badge of Courage (1895): analysis by chapter
  Crane, Stephen, 36 critics discuss The Red Badge of Courage
  Crane, Hart, “Black Tambourine” (1926): analysis
  Crane, Hart, “At Melville's Tomb” (1926): analysis by Crane and 3 critics
  Crane, Hart, “To Emily Dickinson” (1926)
  Crane, Hart, The Bridge (1930): analysis by 15 critics
  Crane, Stephen, 6 free verse pre-Imagist poems (1895-99): commentary
  Crane, Stephen
  Crane, Stephen, “The Veteran” (1896): analysis
  Crane, Stephen, “The Open Boat” (1897): analysis by section
  Crane, Stephen, “The Blue Hotel” (1898): analysis by section
  Crane, Stephen, “The Bride Comes to Yellow Sky” (1898): analysis of humor
  Crane, Stephen, “The Monster” (1898): analysis by 3 critics
  Crane, Stephen, “The Monster”: fictional film adaptation (2005)
  Crane, Stephen, “An Episode of War” (1899): analysis
  Crèvecoeur, Hector St. John de
  Cullen, Countee, “Incident” (1925)
  Cullen, Countee, “Yet Do I Marvel” (1925)
  cummings, e. e., “nobody loses all the time” (1926): humor
  cummings, e. e., Him (1927): analysis
  cummings, e. e., “chanson innocent” (1923): analysis
  cummings, e.e., “Portrait” (1926): analysis
  cummings, e.e., “since feeling is first” (1926)
  cummings, e.e., “nobody loses all the time” (1926): humor
  cummings, e.e., “somewhere i have never travelled” (1931)
  cummings, e.e., “anyone lived in a pretty how town” (1940): analysis
  Cunningham, J. V. (1911-1985), witty quotations in verse
  Cunningham, J. V., 32 witty verses (1942-57)
  Cunningham, J. V.