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  Dacey, Philip, “Amherst with Fries” (1999): humorous homage to Dickinson
  Dacey, Philip, “Amherst with Fries” (1999), homage to Dickinson: humor
  Davis, H. L., from Honey in the Horn (1935): frontier humor
  Davis, H. L., Honey in the Horn (1935): analysis
  DeForest, John W., Miss Ravenel's Conversion (1867): analysis by 4 critics
  DeLillo, Don, from White Noise (1985): satire of decadent higher education
  DeLillo, Don, The Names (1982): analysis by 7 critics
  DeLillo, Don, White Noise (1985): analysis by chapter
  DeLillo, Don, 30 critics discuss White Noise
  DeLillo, Don, Feminist misreading of White Noise debunked
  DeLillo, Don, Libra (1988): analysis by 4 critics
  DeLillo, Don, Underworld (1997): analysis by 2 critics
  DeLillo, Don, summaries of 10 novels by DeLillo: commentary by 3 critics
  DeLillo, Don
  DeVries, Peter (1910-1993), witty quotations
  DeVries, Peter
  Dickenson, Emily (1830-1886), witty quotations
  Dickinson, Emily, “Papa above!” #61 (c.1859): analysis
  Dickinson, Emily, “Success is counted sweetest” #67 (c.1859): analysis
  Dickinson, Emily, “Exultation is the going” #76 (c.1859): analysis
  Dickinson, Emily, “These are the days when Birds come back” #130 (c.1860): analysis by 5 critics
  Dickinson, Emily, “I'm ‘wife' – I've finished that” #199 (c.1860): analysis
  Dickinson, Emily, “I taste a liquor never brewed” #214 (c.1860): analysis by 7 critics
  Dickinson, Emily, “I like a look of Agony” #241 (c.1861): analysis
  Dickinson, Emily, “Wild Nights! -- Wild Nights!” #249 (c.1861): analysis
  Dickinson, Emily, “There's a certain Slant of light” #258 (c.1861): analysis by 12 critics
  Dickinson, Emily, “I felt a Funeral in my Brain” #280 (c.1861): analysis by 8 critics
  Dickinson, Emily, “I got so I could take [hear?] his name” #293 (c.1861): analysis by 3 critics
  Dickinson, Emily, “The Soul selects her own Society” #303 (c.1862): analysis by 4 critics
  Dickinson, Emily, “There came a Day at Summer's full” #322 (1861): analysis by 4 critics
  Dickinson, Emily, “After great pain, a formal feeling comes” #341 (c.1862): analysis by 7 critics
  Dickinson, Emily, “I read my sentence – steadily” #412 (c.1862): analysis
  Dickinson, Emily, “I died for Beauty” #449 (c.1862): analysis by 2 critics
  Dickinson, Emily, “I heard a Fly buzz when I died” #465 (c.1862): analysis by10 critics
  Dickinson, Emily, “This World is not Conclusion” #501 (1862): analysis by 3 critics
  Dickinson, Emily, “I'm ceded – I've stopped being Theirs” #508 (c.1862): analysis by 6 critics
  Dickinson, Emily, “I started Early -- Took my Dog” #520 (1862): analysis by 7 critics
  Dickinson, Emily, “I like to see it lap the Miles” #585 (1862): analysis by 4 critics
  Dickinson, Emily, “A still – Volcano – Life” #601 (c.1862): analysis by 4 critics
  Dickinson, Emily, “Because I could not stop for Death” #712 (c.1863): analysis by 17 critics
  Dickinson, Emily, “My Life had stood -- a Loaded Gun” #754 (c.1863): analysis by 9 critics
  Dickinson, Emily, “My Faith is larger than the Hills” #766 (c.1863): analysis
  Dickinson, Emily, “I felt a Cleaving in my Mind” #937 (c.1864): analysis
  Dickinson, Emily, “A narrow Fellow in the Grass” #986 (c.1865): analysis
  Dickinson, Emily, “Further in Summer than the Birds” #1068 (c.1866): analysis by 8 critics
  Dickinson, Emily, “Title divine – is mine!” #1072 (c.1862): analysis by 6 critics
  Dickinson, Emily, “Tell all the Truth but tell it Slant” #1129 (c.1868): analysis
  Dickinson, Emily, “He preached upon ‘Breadth' till it argued him narrow” #1207 (c.1872): analysis
  Dickinson, Emily, “A Route of Evanescence” #1463 (c.1879): analysis by 7 critics
  Dickinson, Emily, “As imperceptibly as Grief” # 1540 (c.1865): analysis
  Dickinson, Emily, “Of God we ask one favor” #1601 (c.1884): analysis
  Dickinson, Emily
  Didion, Joan, Play It As It Lays (1970): analysis by 3 critics
  Doolittle, Hilda (H. D.), “The Pool” (c.1915): Imagist poems
  Doolittle, Hilda (H.D.) “Oread” (c.1915): Imagist poems
  Dos Passos, John, Three Soldiers (1921): analysis by 4 critics
  Dos Passos, John, Manhattan Transfer (1925): analysis by 6 critics
  Dos Passos, John, U.S.A. trilogy (1930-36): analysis by 14 critics
  Douglass, Frederick
  Doulis, Thomas, The Open Hearth (2000): review
  The Open Hearth (2000), Thomas Doulis

  Washington Square, adapted by Carol Doyle (1997)
  Dreiser, Theodore, 24 critics discuss Sister Carrie
  Dreiser, Theodore, An American Tragedy (1925): analysis by 12 critics
  Dreiser, Theodore
  Drew, George, “Apparently Someone in the Department” (2004): satire of Political Correctness (PC)
  Drew, George, “Apparently Someone in the Department” (2004): satire of PC
  Dugan, Alan, “Funeral Oration for a Mouse” (1961)
  Dunbar, Paul, “Theology” (1899): humor
  Dunbar, Paul, “We Wear the Mask” (c.1895)
  Dunbar, Paul, “Theology” (1899): humor
  Dunbar, Paul, “Harriet Beecher Stowe” (1899): tribute
  Dunbar, Paul Laurence
  Duncan, David James, The River Why? (1983): 7 reviews
  The River Why? (1983), David James Duncan