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obj. correlative
iceberg principle
dissociation
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  Paglia, Camille
  Paine, Thomas
  Parker, Dorothy (1893-1967), witty quotations
  Parker, Dorothy, 67 witty lines & verses (1919-61)
  Parker, Dorothy
  Pastan, Linda, “Emily Dickinson” (1971)
  Pastan, Linda, “Remembering Frost at Kennedy's Inauguration” (2004)
  Paterson, Andrea, “Because I Could Not Dump” (1981): parody of Dickinson
  Paterson, Andrea, “Because I Could Not Dump” (1981): parody of Dickinson
  Paulson, A. B., from “University Life” (1997): satire of Political Correctness
  Paulson, A. B., Watchman Tell Us of the Night (1987): 2 reviews
  Watchman Tell Us of the Night (1987), A. B. Paulson

  Paulson, A. B., “University Life” (1997): analysis
  Paulson, A. B., “University Life,” excerpt: humor
  Percy, Walker, The Moviegoer (1961): analysis
  Perelman, SJ quotations
  Perelman, S. J.
  Phillips, Wendell
  Plath, Sylvia, The Bell Jar (1963): analysis
  Poe, Edgar Allan, from “Never Bet the Devil Your Head” (1841): satire of Emerson
  Poe, Edgar Allan, The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym (1838): analysis by chapter
  Poe, Edgar Allan, “To Helen” (1831): analysis by 2 critics
  Poe, Edgar Allan, “Ulalume” (1847): analysis by 6 critics
  Poe, Edgar Allan
  Poe, Edgar Allan, “Ligeia” (1835): analysis
  Poe, Edgar Allan, “William Wilson” (1840): analysis
  Poe, Edgar Allan, “The Fall of the House of Usher” (1840): analysis by 2 critics
  Poe, Edgar Allan, “The Murders in the Rue Morgue” (1841): commentary
  Poe, Edgar Allan, “Never Bet the Devil Your Head” (1841), excerpt: humor
  Poe, Edgar Allan, “The Masque of the Red Death” (1841): analysis
  Poe, Edgar Allan, “The Black Cat” (1843): analysis by 2 critics
  Poe, Edgar Allan, “The Cask of Amontillado” (1846): analysis
  Porter, Katherine Anne, Noon Wine (1937): analysis by 2 critics
  Porter, Katherine Anne, Ship of Fools (1962): analysis by 5 critics
  Porter, Katherine Anne
  Porter, Katherine Anne, “Maria Concepcion” (1922): analysis
  Porter, Katherine Anne, “Flowering Judas” (1930): analysis by 4 critics
  Porter, Katherine Anne, “Flowering Judas”: fictional film adaptation (2005)
  Porter, Katherine Anne, “He” (1930): analysis
  Porter, Katherine Anne, “Hacienda” (1932): analysis
  Porter, Katherine Anne, “The Jilting of Granny Weatherall” (1935): analysis by 2 critics
  Porter, Katherine Anne, “Variation 1001: To the Foolish Virgins Who Aren’t Gathering Roses” (1922), parody: analysis
       “The Transfusion” (1922-23)
       “Morning Song” (1929) : analysis
       “Liberals” (1933) : analysis
       “Morning Song of the Tinker’s Bitch” (1946)
  Variation 1001: To the Foolish Virgins Who Aren’t Gathering Roses
  Ship of Fools
  Pound, Ezra, “In a Station of the Metro” (1910): analysis by 4 critics
  Pound, Ezra, “L'Art” (1910): Imagist poems
  Pound, Ezra, “A Pact,” with Walt Whitman (1916)
  Pound, Ezra, Hugh Selwyn Mauberley (1920): analysis by 7 critics
  Pound, Ezra, “Portrait d'une Femme” (1926): analysis
  Pound, Ezra, “Canto XLV” (1937): analysis
  Pound, Ezra, from “Canto LXXXI” (1940): analysis
  Pound, Ezra, Cantos (1919-70): analysis by 9 critics
  Pound, Ezra
  Proudfit, David Law, “Prehistoric Smith” (c.1897): humor
  Proudfit, David Law, “Prehistoric Smith” (c.1897): humor
  Pushmataha of the Choctaws
  Pynchon, Thomas, from The Crying of Lot 49 (1966): humor
  Pynchon, Thomas, V (1963): analysis by 18 critics
  Pynchon, Thomas, The Crying of Lot 49 (1966): analysis by chapter
  Pynchon, Thomas, 25 critics discuss The Crying of Lot 49
  Pynchon, Thomas, Gravity's Rainbow (1973): analysis by 34 critics
  Pynchon, Thomas
  Pynchon, Thomas, “Entropy” (1960): analysis by 13 critics