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  Faulkner, William, humor from The Sound and the Fury (1929)
  Faulkner, William, from As I Lay Dying (1930)
  Faulkner, William, from “Red Leaves” (1930)
  Faulkner, William, from “A Justice” (1931)
  Faulkner, William, from The Hamlet (1940)
  Faulkner, William, 23 parodies of Faulkner
  Faulkner, William, Soldier's Pay (1926): analysis by 4 critics
  Faulkner, William, Mosquitoes (1927): analysis by 4 critics
  Faulkner, William, Sartoris (1929): analysis by 4 critics
  Faulkner, William, The Sound and the Fury (1929): analysis by section
  Faulkner, William, 50 critics discuss The Sound and the Fury
  Faulkner, William, As I Lay Dying (1930): analysis by 15 critics
  Faulkner, William, Sanctuary (1939): analysis by 15 critics
  Faulkner, William, Light in August (1932): analysis by 15 critics
  Faulkner, William, Absalom, Absalom (1936): analysis by 21 critics
  Faulkner, William, The Wild Palms (1939): analysis by 6 critics
  Faulkner, William, The Hamlet (1940): analysis by 11 critics
  Faulkner, William, Go Down, Moses (1942): analysis by 4 critics
  Faulkner, William, The Bear (1942): analysis by 15 critics
  Faulkner, William, Intruder in the Dust (1948): analysis by 5 critics
  Faulkner, William, A Fable (1954): analysis by 15 critics
  Faulkner, William, The Snopes Trilogy commentary
  Faulkner, William
  Faulkner, William, “That Evening Sun” (1930): analysis by 3 critics
  Faulkner, William, “A Rose for Emily” (1930): analysis by 23 critics
  Faulkner, William, “Red Leaves” (1930): analysis by 2 critics
  Faulkner, William, “Dry September” (1931): analysis by 2 critics
  Faulkner, William, “A Justice” (1931): analysis by section
  Faulkner, William, “Raid” (1934): analysis by 2 critics
  Faulkner, William, “Wash” (1934): analysis by 2 critics
  Faulkner, William, “An Odor of Verbena” (1938): analysis by section
  Fifield, A. J., rejection letter (c.1920s): parody of Gertrude Stein
    The Great Gatsby (1925) by F. Scott Fitzgerald, adapted by Richard Maibaum (1948)
    The Great Gatsby, adapted by Francis Ford Coppola (1974)
  The Great Gatsby, adapted by John McLoughlin (2000)
  Fitzgerald, F. Scott, This Side of Paradise (1920): analysis by 8 critics
  Fitzgerald, F. Scott, The Beautiful and Damned (1922): analysis by 3 critics
  Fitzgerald, F. Scott, The Great Gatsby (1925): analysis by chapter
  Fitzgerald, F. Scott, 50 critics discuss The Great Gatsby
  Fitzgerald, F. Scott, why Gatsby is great
  Fitzgerald, F. Scott, The Great Gatsby, best film adaptation (2000): analysis
  Fitzgerald, F. Scott, Tender Is the Night (1936): analysis by 12 critics
  Fitzgerald, F. Scott, The Last Tycoon (1941): analysis by 12 critics
  Fitzgerald, F. Scott
  Fitzgerald, F. Scott, “Winter Dreams” (1922): analysis by 6 critics
  Fitzgerald, F. Scott, “The Diamond as Big as the Ritz” (1922): analysis by 2 critics
  Fitzgerald, F. Scott, “The Rich Boy” (1926): analysis by 5 critics
  Fitzgerald, F. Scott, “Babylon Revisited” (1935): analysis by 2 critics
  Fletcher, John Gould, “The Skaters” (c.1915): Imagist poems
  Ford, Richard, The Sportswriter (1986): analysis
  Franklin, Benjamin, wit from The Silence Dogood Papers (1722)
  Franklin, Ben “Model of a letter of recommendation of a person you are unacquainted with” (1777)
  Franklin, Ben, from The Autobiography (1789): humor
  Franklin, Ben, “Epitaph for Himself”: wit
  Franklin, Benjamin
  Freeman, Mary Wilkins, “A Village Singer” (1891): analysis of humor
  Freeman, Mary Wilkins, “A Village Singer” (1891): analysis of humor
  Freneau, Philip, “The Wild Honey Suckle” (1786): analysis
  Freneau, Philip, “The Indian Burying-Ground” (1787) : analysis
  Freneau, Philip, “On the Uniformity and Perfection of Nature” (1815): analysis
  Frost, Robert, “Departmental” (1949): satirical fable of bureaucracy
  Frost, Robert, “Mowing” (1913): analysis by 2 critics
  Frost, Robert, “The Death of the Hired Man” (1914): analysis by 2 critics
  Frost, Robert, “After Apple-Picking” (1914): analysis by 10 critics
  Frost, Robert, “Mending Wall” (1914,1919): analysis by 8 critics
  Frost, Robert, “The Road Not Taken” (1915,1916): analysis by 7 critics
  Frost, Robert, “Birches” (1916): analysis by 9 critics
  Frost, Robert, “The Hill Wife” (1916): analysis by 3 critics
  Frost, Robert, “Fire and Ice” (1920,1923): analysis by 4 critics
  Frost, Robert, “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening” (1923): analysis by 16 critics
  Frost, Robert, “A Lone Striker” (1933): analysis by 2 critics
  Frost, Robert, “Two Tramps in Mud-Time” (1934): analysis by 7 critics
  Frost, Robert, “Desert Places” (1936): analysis by 7 critics
  Frost, Robert, “Design” (1936): analysis by 11 critics
  Frost, Robert, “Neither out far Nor in Deep” (1936): analysis by 5 critics
  Frost, Robert, “The Gift Outright” (1942): analysis by 6 critics
  Frost, Robert, “Departmental” (1949): humor
  Frost, Robert
  Fuller, Roy, “The Love Song of J. Omar Khayyam” (1973): parody of T. S. Eliot
  Fuller, Margaret