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irony
metaphor
symbol
archetype
allegory
obj. correlative
iceberg principle
dissociation
individuation
puritan
pastoral
transcendental


   



  Hall, Donald, “The Impossible Marriage” (1986): of Dickinson & Whitman
  Hall, Donald “The Impossible Marriage” (1986): humor
  Harte, Bret, “Muck-a-Muck” (1867): parody of Cooper
  Harte, Bret “Tennessee’s Partner” (1870): analysis of humor
  Harte, Bret, “Tennessee's Partner” (1870): analysis of humor
  Hawkes, John, Second Skin (1964): analysis
  Hawthorne, Nathaniel, The Scarlet Letter (1850): analysis by chapter
  Hawthorne, Nathaniel, The Scarlet Letter: concise analysis
  Hawthorne, Nathaniel, 50 critics discuss The Scarlet Letter
  Hawthorne, Nathaniel, The House of the Seven Gables (1851): analysis
  Hawthorne, Nathaniel, The Blithedale Romance (1852): analysis
  Hawthorne, Nathaniel, The Blithedale Romance fictional film adaptation (2005): analysis
  Hawthorne, Nathaniel, The Marble Faun (1860): analysis
  Hawthorne, Nathaniel
  Hawthorne, Nathaniel, “The Maypole of Merry Mount” (1836): analysis
  Hawthorne, Nathaniel, “The Gentle Boy” (1832): analysis
  Hawthorne, Nathaniel, “Young Goodman Brown” (1835): analysis
  Hawthorne, Nathaniel, “Roger Malvin's Burial” (1832): analysis
  Hawthorne, Nathaniel, “The Minister's Black Veil” (1836): analysis
  Hawthorne, Nathaniel, “The Birthmark” (1843): analysis
  Hawthorne, Nathaniel, “Rappaccini's Daughter” (1844): analysis
  Hawthorne, Nathaniel, “Rappaccini's Daughter” (2004): fictional film adaptation
  Hawthorne, Nathaniel, “The Artist of the Beautiful” (1844): analysis
  Hawthorne, Nathaniel, “Main Street” (1849): analysis
  Hecht, Anthony, “Samuel Sewall” (1954)
  Hecht, Ben
  Heller, Joseph, Catch-22 (1961): analysis by 7 critics
  Hemingway, Ernest, humor from The Sun Also Rises (1926)
  Hemingway, Ernest, 23 parodies of Hemingway
    The Sun Also Rises (1926) by Ernest Hemingway, NBC television miniseries (1984)
    A Farewell to Arms (1929) by Hemingway, adapted by Benjamin Glazer & Oliver Garrett (1932)
    A Farewell to Arms, adapted by Ben Hecht (1957)
  For Whom the Bell Tolls (1940) by Hemingway, adapted by Dudley Nichols (1943)
    The Old Man and the Sea (1952) by Hemingway, adapted by Peter Viertel (1958)
  Hemingway, Ernest, In Our Time (1925): linear analysis by story
  Hemingway, Ernest, The Sun Also Rises (1926): analysis by chapter
  Hemingway, Ernest, 30 critics discuss The Sun Also Rises
  Hemingway, Ernest, A Farewell to Arms (1929): analysis by 21 critics
  Hemingway, Ernest, To Have and to Have Not (1937): analysis by 10 critics
  Hemingway, Ernest, For Whom the Bell Tolls (1940): analysis by 13 critics
  Hemingway, Ernest, For Whom the Bell Tolls film adaptation (1943): analysis
  Hemingway, Ernest, Across the River and into the Trees (1950): analysis by 9 critics
  Hemingway, Ernest, The Old Man and the Sea (1952): analysis in detail
  Hemingway, Ernest, The Old Man and the Sea: review by William Faulkner
  Hemingway, Ernest, 16 critics discuss The Old Man and the Sea
  Hemingway, Ernest, The Garden of Eden (1985), edition censored by Feminists: analysis by 10 critics
  Hemingway, Ernest, “Sing a song of critics” (1927): disdain
  Hemingway, Ernest
  Hemingway, Ernest, “Up in Michigan” (1921): analysis
  Hemingway, Ernest, “Up in Michigan”: fictional film adaptation
  Hemingway, Ernest, “On the Quai at Smyrna” (1925): analysis by 3 critics
  Hemingway, Ernest, “Indian Camp” (1925): analysis
  Hemingway, Ernest, “Indian Camp”: fictional film adaptation
  Hemingway, Ernest, “The Doctor and the Doctor's Wife” (1925): analysis by 5 critics
  Hemingway, Ernest, “The End of Something” (1925): analysis
  Hemingway, Ernest, “The Three-Day Blow” (1925): analysis by 3 critics
  Hemingway, Ernest, “The Battler” (1925): analysis by 2 critics
  Hemingway, Ernest, “A Very Short Story” (1925): analysis by 4 critics
  Hemingway, Ernest, “Soldier's Home” (1925): analysis
  Hemingway, Ernest, “The Revolutionist” (1925): analysis by 2 critics
  Hemingway, Ernest, “Mr. and Mrs. Elliot” (1925): analysis by 4 critics
  Hemingway, Ernest, “Cat in the Rain” (1925): analysis
  Hemingway, Ernest, “Cat in the Rain”: fictional film adaptation
  Hemingway, Ernest, “Out of Season” (1925): analysis by 4 critics
  Hemingway, Ernest, “Cross-Country Snow” (1925): analysis by 4 critics
  Hemingway, Ernest, “My Old Man” (1925): analysis by 4 critics
  Hemingway, Ernest, “Big Two-Hearted River” (1925): analysis
  Hemingway, Ernest, 10 critics discuss “Big Two-Hearted River”
  Hemingway, Ernest, “L'Envoi” (1925): analysis
  Hemingway, Ernest, In Our Time (1925): overall analysis of collection
  Hemingway, Ernest, “Alpine Idyll” (1926): analysis
  Hemingway, Ernest, “The Killers” (1927): analysis
  Hemingway, Ernest, “A Clean, Well-Lighted Place” (1927): analysis
  Hemingway, Ernest, “A Clean, Well-Lighted Place”: fictional film adaptation
  Hemingway, Ernest, 10 critics discuss “a Clean, Well-Lighted Place”
  Hemingway, Ernest, “Hills Like White Elephants” (1927): analysis
  Hemingway, Ernest, “Hills Like White Elephants”: fictional film adaptation
  Hemingway, Ernest, “Ten Indians” (1927): analysis
  Hemingway, Ernest, “The Sea Change” (1931): analysis
  Hemingway, Ernest, “The Gambler, the Nun, and the Radio” (1933): analysis
  Hemingway, Ernest, “The Light of the World” (1933): analysis
  Hemingway, Ernest, “The Wine of Wyoming” (1933): analysis
  Hemingway, Ernest, “The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber” (1936): analysis by 8 critics
  Hemingway, Ernest, “The Snows of Kilimanjaro” (1936): analysis by 2 critics
  Hemingway, Ernest, “The Capital of the World” (1936): analysis
  Hemingway, Ernest, “African Betrayal” (1986): analysis by 5 critics
  Henry, O., “Blue Blotch of Cowardice” (1986): parody of Stephen Crane
  Henry, O.
  Hoffenstein, Samuel, “Miss Millay Says Something Too” (1928): parody
  Hoffenstein, Samuel, “Miss Millay Says Something Too” (1928): parody
  Hollister, Michael, “Jonathan Edwards” (2004): fictional comic biopic
  Hollister, Michael, “Pinchy Ciphering”: satire of Thomas Pynchon (2009)
  Hollister, Michael, “Barthelbe Brothers Mortuary”: satire of Donald & Frederick Barthelme (2009)
  America as a Symbol: brief history and 130 quotations
  “American Authors” (c.1848), group portrait before Melville, Thoreau, Whitman
  American authors most prized by book collectors (1991)
  The Awakening: 46 critics differ on the ending
  Belief in God in American literature
  Christ-evoking figures in American literature: 50 examples
  Emily Dickinson’s poetry: 18 transcendental characteristics
  Feminists censor Hemingway’s last novel
  The Great Gatsby: Why Gatsby is great
  Huckleberry Finn: rebuttals to aesthetic and racial criticisms
  Moby-Dick: 21 different interpretations of the white whale
  Model of Metaphors
  Nature in American literature: 6 perspectives
  Socialism opposed in American literature: 40 writers quoted
  http://amerlit.com/documents/documents.php?document=SIGNS   irony
  metaphor
  symbol
  archetype
  allegory
  obj. correlative
  iceberg principle
  dissociation
  individuation
  puritan
  pastoral
  transcendental
  Holmes, Oliver Wendell (1809-1894), witty quotations
  Holmes, Oliver Wendell, from “The Deacon’s Masterpiece” (1858): satire of collapsing Calvinism
  Holmes, Oliver Wendell, “Old Ironsides” (1830): commentary
  Holmes, Oliver Wendell, from “The Deacon's Masterpiece” (1858): satire
  Holmes, Oliver Wendell, “The Chambered Nautilus” (1858): commentary
  Holmes, Oliver Wendell
  Houghton, Firman, “Mr. Frost Goes South to Boston” (1961): parody
  Houghton, Firman, “Mr. Frost Goes South to Boston” (1961): parody
  Howells, William Dean, The Rise of Silas Lapham (1885): analysis by 12 critics
  Howells, William Dean
  Hughes, Langston, “Florida Road Workers” (1927): analysis
  Imagist poems: 12 examples