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P Language and literature (Go to start of category)
PN Literature: General, Criticism, Collections (Go to start of category)
PN6110 .P3 H3 [Info] Parodies of the Works of English and American Authors (6 volumes; London: Reeves and Turner, 1884-1889), by Walter Hamilton
PN6110 .P3 M57 1905 [Info] Misfits: A Book of Parodies (Oxford: F. Harvey, 1905), by George F. Forrest (page images at HathiTrust; US access only)
PN6110 .P3 P7 [Info] The Poets in the Nursery (London and New York: J. Lane, 1920), by Charles Powell, contrib. by John Drinkwater
PN6110 .P3 W4 1904 [Info] A Parody Anthology (New York: C. Scribner's sons, 1904), ed. by Carolyn Wells (page images at HathiTrust)
PN6110 .P4 T3 1860 [Info] Lays for the Sabbath: A Collection of Religious Poetry (Boston: Walker, Wise and Co., 1860), ed. by Emily Taylor and John Pierpont
PN6110 .P6 S65 [Info] Round the World with the Poets (Boston: C. H. Kilborn, c1889), ed. by Mary Cate Smith and Sarah C. Winn (page images at HathiTrust)
PN6110 .P83 V53 2011 [Info] Some Justice: Political Poems and Lyrics (2011), by Ken Vicious (PDF with commentary at Rebel Press)
PN6110 .R4 G7 [Info] Hymns for Mothers and Children (4th edition; Boston: Walker, Wise and Co., 1864), ed. by C. S. Guild (multiple formats at Google)
PN6110 .S4 A7 [Info] Real Sailor-Songs (London: Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent; New York: C. Scribner's Sons, 1891), ed. by John Ashton
PN6110.T5 L48 1801 [Info] Tales of Terror, With an Introductory Dialogue (parody by unknown author of Lewis' "Tales of Wonder"; London: Printed by W. Bulmer and Co., 1801), contrib. by M. G. Lewis (page images at Virginia)
PN6110 .T5 L5 1887 [Info] Tales of Terror and Wonder (London and New York: G. Routledge and Sons, 1887), ed. by M. G. Lewis, contrib. by Henry Morley and Walter Scott (multiple formats at
PN6110 .T5 L51 [Info] Tales of Wonder (2 volumes; London: Printed by W. Bulmer and Co., sold by J. Bell, 1801), by M. G. Lewis
PN6110 .T5 L52 [Info] Tales of Wonder (second edition; London: Printed by W. Bulmer and Co. for J. Bell, 1801), ed. by M. G. Lewis (multiple formats at
PN6110.5 .W44x [Info] The Northern Heiress: or, The Humours of York: A Comedy, As it was Acted at the New-Theatre in Lincoln's-Inn-Fields (London: Printed for A. Bettesworth, and J. Browne and W. Mears, 1716), by Mary Davys (multiple formats at Google)
PN6111 .W4 [Info] The King and Queenes Entertainement at Richmond (HTML at Renascence Editions)
PN6111 .W4 [Info] Semele: An Opera (libretto only), by William Congreve (HTML at Renascence Editions)
PN6112 .B45 [Info] The Best Plays, and The Year Book of the Drama in America (partial serial archives)
PN6120 .A4 M6 [Info] A Treasury of Plays for Children (Boston: Little, Brown and Co., 1921), ed. by Montrose Jonas Moses, illust. by Tony Sarg (multiple formats at
PN6120 .A4 S3 [Info] Drawing-Room Plays and Parlour Pantomimes (London: S. River and Co., 1870), ed. by Clement Scott, contrib. by E. L. Blanchard, J. Palgrave Simpson, W. S. Gilbert, Tom Hood, Charles Smith Cheltnam, Robert Reece, Arthur Sketchley, Alfred Thompson, Thomas Archer, John C. Brough, J. Ashby-Sterry, Sidney Daryl, and A. B. (multiple formats at Google)
PN6120 .A5 B27 [Info] Mechanical Jane: A Play In One Act for Three Ladies (New York and London: Samuel French, c1910), by M. E. Barber (page images at HathiTrust; US access only)
PN6120 .A5 F514 [Info] Cousin Charlotte's Visit: A Play in Three Acts for Girls' Schools (1900), by Geraldine Fitzgerald (multiple formats at
PN6120.A5 J5 [Info] The Rescue of the Princess Winsome: A Fairy Play for Old and Young (with music; Boston: L. C. Page and Co., 1908), by Annie F. Johnston and Albion Fellows Bacon (Gutenberg text and illustrated HTML)
PN6120 .A5 L18 [Info] The Dark Seance: A Farce, in Two Acts (San Francisco: Women's Union Print, 1872), by Lake
PN6120 .A5 M368 [Info] Helga and the White Peacock: A Play in Three Acts for Young People (New York: The Macmillan Company, 1922), by Cornelia Meigs, contrib. by Poughkeepsie Community Players, illust. by Ruth Bingham and Margaret Browne (multiple formats at
PN6120 .A5 M37 [Info] The Steadfast Princess: A Play for Young People (New York: The Macmillan company, 1916), by Cornelia Meigs (multiple formats at

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