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  Lang, Andrew (Scot), “Brahma” (c.1864-1912): parody of Emerson
  Lang, Andrew (Scot), “Brahma” (c.1864-1912): parody of Emerson
  LeGuin, Ursula K., The Lathe of Heaven (1971): analysis
  Lesley, Craig Winterkill (1984) review
  Lewis, Sinclair, Speech by George F. Babbitt to Zenith Real Estate Board, from Babbitt (1922): satire
  Lewis, Sinclair, “Virga Vay & Allan Cedar” (1945), text: satire
  Lewis, Sinclair, Main Street (1920): analysis by 10 critics
  Lewis, Sinclair, Babbitt (1922): analysis by 12 critics
  Lewis, Sinclair, Arrowsmith (1925): analysis by 7 critics
  Lewis, Sinclair, Elmer Gantry (1927): analysis by 2 critics
  Lewis, Sinclair, Dodsworth (1929): analysis by 5 critics
  Lewis, Sinclair, It Can't Happen Here (1935): analysis by 4 critics
  Lewis, Sinclair, “Virga Vay & Allen Cedar” (1945), text: humor
  Lincoln, Abraham, self-deprecating humor (c.1860)
  Lincoln, Abraham
  London, Jack, The Call of the Wild (1903): analysis by 3 critics
  London, Jack, The Sea Wolf (1904): analysis by 4 critics
  London, Jack, Martin Eden (1909): analysis by 6 critics
  Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth, “A Psalm of Life” (1838): analysis by 2 critics
  Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth, “The Rainy Day” (1842)
  Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth, “The Slave's Dream” (1842)
  Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth, “The Day is Done” (1844)
  Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth
  Lowell, James Russell, “Margaret Fuller as Minerva” (1848): satire
  Lowell, Amy, “Meditation” (c.1915): Imagist poems
  Lowell, James Russell, from “A Fable for Critics” (1848): on Emerson, Bryant, Hawthorne, Cooper, Fuller,
  Lowell, Robert, “Mr. Edwards and the Spider” (1944): analysis
  Lowell, Robert, “Skunk Hour” (1959): analysis
  Lowell, Robert, “Words for Hart Crane” (1959)
  Lowell, Robert, “T. S. Eliot” (1969)
  Lowell, Robert, “Ezra Pound” (1969)
  Lowell, Robert, “Robert Frost” (1969)
  Lowell, James Russell
  Luce, Clare Boothe, quotations
  Luce, Clare Boothe
  Lummis, C. F., “A Poe-em of Passion” (c.1882): parody of Poe
  Lummis, C. F., “A Poe-em of Passion” (c.1882): parody
  Lytle, Andrew, The Velvet Horn (1957): analysis