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  National Association of Scholars “Trigger Warning” contest (2014): satire of Political Correctness
  Nash, Ogden, humorous quotations in verse
  Nash, Ogden, “Kindly Unhitch That Star, Buddy” (1933)
  Nash, Ogden, “Portrait of the Artist as a Prematurely Old Man” (1934)
  Nash, Ogden, “I Never Even Suggested It” (1940)
  Nash, Ogden, “Golly, How Truth Will Out” (1940)
  Nash, Ogden, “The Purist” (1938)
  Nash, Ogden, 42 witty verses (1933-53)
  Nash, Ogden, “Kindly Unhitch That Star, Buddy” (1933): humor
  Nash, Ogden, “Portrait of the Artist as a Prematurely Old Man” (1934): analysis
  Nash, Ogden, “The Purist” (c.1938): humor
  Nash, Ogden, “I Never Even Suggested It” (1940): humor
  Nash, Ogden, “Golly, How Truth Will Out” (1940): humor
  Nash, Ogden
  Nemerov, Howard, “Santa Claus” (1960): satire
  Nemerov, Howard, “Santa Claus” (1960): analysis
  Nemerov, Howard, “Style” (1967)
  Norris, Frank, “The Green Stone of Unrest”: parody of Stephen Crane
    McTeague (1901) by Frank Norris, retitled Greed (1924), adapted by Erich von Stroheim
  Norris, Frank, McTeague (1899): analysis by 17 critics
  Norris, Frank, The Octopus (1901): analysis by 15 critics
  Norris, Frank