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  Salinger, J. D., Catcher in the Rye (1951): analysis by 21 critics
  Salinger, J. D.
  Salinger, J. D., “Uncle Wiggley in Connecticut” (1948): analysis
  Salinger, J. D., “For Esme—with Love and Squalor” (1950): analysis by 9 critics
  Sandburg, Carl, “The Fog” (c.1915): Imagist poems
  Sandburg, Carl, “To the Ghost of John Milton” (1928): analysis
    On the Waterfront (1954), by Budd Schulberg
  Scott, Winfield, “The U.S. Sailor with the Japanese Skull” (1945): analysis
  Seeger, Alan, “Ode in Memory of the American Volunteers for France” (1916)
  Sewall, Samuel, humor from Diary (1720)
  Sexton, Anne, “Her Kind” (1960)
  Shapiro, Karl, “The Fly” (c.1944)
  Silko, Leslie Marmon, Ceremony (1977): analysis
  Simpson, Louis, “Squeal” (1957): parody of Allen Ginsberg’s “Howl” (1955)
  Simpson, Louis, “Squeal” (1957): parody of “Howl” (1955), Allen Ginsberg
  Simpson, Louis, “In California” (1963)
  Snodgrass, W. D., “Powwow” (1962): analysis
  Sogoyewapha of the Senecas
  Sontag, Susan, Death Kit (1967): analysis
  Sontag, Susan, “The Way We Live Now” (1987): review
  Sorrentino, Gilbert, Mulligan Stew (1979): analysis
  Stafford, William, “Traveling through the Dark” (1960): analysis
  Stafford, William, “At the Robert Frost Memorial” (1982)
  Stafford, William, “Understanding Poetry, by William Carlos Williams and Wallace Stevens” (1987)
  Steele, Wilbur Daniel, “The Man Who Saw through Heaven” (1927): analysis
  Stegner, Wallace, humor from All the Little Live Things (1967)
  Stegner, Wallace, The Big Rock Candy Mountain (1943): analysis by 10 critics
  Stegner, Wallace, The Preacher and the Slave (1950); retitled Joe Hill (1969): analysis by 3 critics
  Stegner, Wallace, Genesis (1959): analysis by 5 critics
  Stegner, Wallace, Wolf Willow (1962), blended genres: analysis by 4 critics
  Stegner, Wallace, All the Little Live Things (1967): analysis by chapter
  Stegner, Wallace, Angle of Repose (1971): analysis by 13 critics
  Stegner, Wallace, The Spectator Bird (1976): analysis
  Stegner, Wallace, Crossing to Safety (1987): review
  Stegner, Wallace
  Stegner, Wallace, “The Volcano” (1944): analysis by 2 critics
  Stegner, Wallace, “The Women on the Wall” (1949): analysis by 2 critics
  Stegner, Wallace, “The Women on the Wall”: commentary by Stegner
  Stegner, Wallace, “The Blue-Winged Teal” (1950): analysis by 2 critics
  Stegner, Wallace, “The Sweetness of the Twisted Apples” (1950): analysis by 2 critics
  Stegner, Wallace, “The Traveler” (1951): analysis
  Stegner, Wallace, “Field Guide to the Western Birds” (1956): analysis by 2 critics
  Stegner, Wallace, Historical survey of the American short story (1957)
  Stein, Gertrude, “Picasso” (1909): analysis
  Stein, Gertrude
  The Grapes of Wrath (1939) by John Steinbeck, adapted by Nunnally Johnson & John Ford (1940)
  Steinbeck, John, Tortilla Flat (1935): analysis by 4 critics
  Steinbeck, John, In Dubious Battle (1936): analysis by 7 critics
  Steinbeck, John, Of Mice and Men (1937): analysis by 8 critics
  Steinbeck, John, The Red Pony (1938): analysis
  Steinbeck, John, The Grapes of Wrath (1939): analysis by 30 critics
  Steinbeck, John, The Grapes of Wrath film adaptation (1940): analysis
  Steinbeck, John, Cannery Row (1944): analysis by 4 critics
  Steinbeck, John, East of Eden (1953): analysis by 7 critics
  Steinbeck, John
  Steinbeck, John, “The Chrysanthemums” (1938): analysis
  Steinbeck, John, “The Snake” (1938): analysis
  Steinbeck, John, “Flight” (1938): analysis
  Steinem, Gloria, “What It Would Be Like If Women Win” (1970): unintentional humor
  Stevens, Wallace, “Sunday Morning” (1915): analysis by stanza
  Stevens, Wallace, 10 critics discuss “Sunday Morning”
  Stevens, Wallace, “Anecdote of the Jar” (1916): analysis by 5 critics
  Stevens, Wallace, “Le Monocle de Mon Oncle” (1923): analysis by 2 critics
  Stevens, Wallace, “Peter Quince at the Clavier” (1923): analysis by 3 critics
  Stevens, Wallace, “The Emperor of Ice-Cream” (1923): analysis by 3 critics
  Stevens, Wallace, “The Comedian as the Letter C” (1923): analysis by 4 critics
  Stevens, Wallace, “A High-Toned Old Christian Woman” (1923): analysis
  Stevens, Wallace, “Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird” (1923): analysis by 4 critics
  Stevens, Wallace, “The Idea of Order at Key West” (1935): analysis by 3 critics
  Stevens, Wallace, “The Glass of Water” (1942): analysis
  Stevens, Wallace, “Notes toward a Supreme Fiction” (1942): analysis by 4 critics
  Stevens, Wallace
  Stevenson, Adlai
  Stone, Robert, Dog Soldiers (1974): analysis
  Stone, Robert, Children of Light (1985): review
  Stowe, Harriet Beecher, Uncle Tom's Cabin (1852): analysis by 4 critics
  Stowe, Harriet Beecher
  Strong, George A., “What Hiawatha Probably Did” (1856): parody of Longfellow
  Strong, George A., “What Hiawatha Probably Did” (1856): parody
  Styron, William, Lie Down in Darkness (1951): analysis by 3 critics
  Styron, William, Set This House on Fire (1960): analysis
  Styron, William, The Confessions of Nat Turner (1967): analysis by 6 critics
  Styron, William, Sophie's Choice (1979): analysis by 3 critics
  Styron, William
  Sullivan, Frank R. “Life Is a Bowl of Eugene O’Neills” (1931): satire
  Symons, Julian (British), “Hart Crane” (c.1938)