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by Don L. F. Nilsen, and Alleen Pace Nilsen 1 by Don L. F. Nilsen, and Alleen Pace Nilsen 1

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“Las Meninas” by Diego Velázquez 6 “Las Meninas” by Diego Velázquez 6

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Parodies Illustrate Deconstruction Followed by Re-Construction 8 Parodies Illustrate Deconstruction Followed by Re-Construction 8

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Famous Children’s Literature Characters and What They Represent 11 Famous Children’s Literature Characters and What They Represent 11

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Identical Pieces of Children’s Literature Can Be Parodied for Different Purposes 14 Identical Pieces of Children’s Literature Can Be Parodied for Different Purposes 14

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MEL BROOKS’ and MONTY PYTHON Famous Film Parodies 24 MEL BROOKS’ and MONTY PYTHON Famous Film Parodies 24

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Keeping time, In a sort of Runic rhyme, To the tintinnabulation that so musically Keeping time, In a sort of Runic rhyme, To the tintinnabulation that so musically wells From the bells, Bells, bells— From the jingling and the tinkling of the bells. 33

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DEMER CAPE’S PARODY 35 DEMER CAPE’S PARODY 35

BARRY PAIN’S PARODY 36 BARRY PAIN’S PARODY 36

ANONYMOUS’ PARODY OF “BELLS” 37 ANONYMOUS’ PARODY OF “BELLS” 37

C. F. LUMIS’ PARODY OF “ANNABEL LEE” 38 C. F. LUMIS’ PARODY OF “ANNABEL LEE” 38

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This is Holly Chivers’ original poem, written before Edgar Alan Poe wrote “The Raven”: This is Holly Chivers’ original poem, written before Edgar Alan Poe wrote “The Raven”: 41

After Poe’s “The Raven, ” Holly Chivers wrote his “Humpty-Dumpty: A La Poe” 42 After Poe’s “The Raven, ” Holly Chivers wrote his “Humpty-Dumpty: A La Poe” 42

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While the world lay round me sleeping I alone for Isadore Patient Vigils lonely While the world lay round me sleeping I alone for Isadore Patient Vigils lonely keeping, Someone said to me while weeping: “Why this grief forever more? ” And I answered: “I am weeping for my blessed Isadore. ” (Falk 113) 44

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