- "As I have heard Jeeves put it": A Response to Lawrence Dugan's "Worcestershirewards: Wodehouse and the Baroque". White, Laura Mooneyham // Connotations: A Journal for Critical Debate;2011/2012, Vol. 21 Issue 2/3, p327
An essay is presented on the response of Lawrence Dugan related to the works of British author P. G. Wodehouse. It offers a history between Wodehouse's achievement in the first-person narratives of Bertie Woosfer and examines the contention of Dugan regarding the uniqueness of Wodehouse's work....
- The Microscope. Dugan, Lawrence // New Republic;3/4/78, Vol. 178 Issue 9, p32
Presents the poem "The Microscope," by Lawrence Dugan. First Line: He is a one-eyed iron monk; Last Line: he has the vision of the truly one-eyed.
- DUCKTOWN. Dugan, Lawrence // National Review;7/4/2011, Vol. 63 Issue 12, p43
The poem "Ducktown," by Lawrence Dugan is presented. First Line: It had its origins in the sandy past; Last Line: It's hard to kill a name, and you are in Jersey.
- MORE SPACE. DUGAN, LAWRENCE // National Review;11/17/2014, Vol. 66 Issue 21, p53
The poem "More Space" by Lawrence Dugan is presented. First Line: An anthropology of space? A Cape May; Last Line: Into the past which has more space than ever.
- THE TRUTH OF MATERIALS. DUGAN, LAWRENCE // National Review;5/3/2010, Vol. 62 Issue 8, p48
The poem "The Truth of Materials," by Lawrence Dugan, is presented. First Line: In my father's house is a propeller, Last Line: Of discarded judges' gowns.
- THURBER'S VETERANS. DUGAN, LAWRENCE // National Review;6/22/2015, Vol. 67 Issue 11, p41
The poem "Thurber's Veterans" by Lawrence Dugan is presented. First Line: They brooded on the porches of Columbus; Last Line: Determined to drive the enemy south.
- YOUR MOVE. DUGAN, LAWRENCE // National Review;2/29/2016, Vol. 68 Issue 3, p44
The poem "YOUR MOVE" by Lawrence Dugan is presented. First Line: When a bear hears ice crack he doesn't listen, Last Line: For bread, kneeling and tasting, trying to learn.
- Small Boats. Dugan, Lawrence // America;7/10/1982, Vol. 147 Issue 2, p33
The article presents the poem "Small Boats" by Lawrence Dugan. First Line: He stands where his grandfather stood, Last Line: Who is the saint of small boats.
- The Christmas Tree. Dugan, Lawrence // America;12/25/1982, Vol. 147 Issue 21, p408
The article presents the poem "The Christmas Tree," by Lawrence Dugan. First Line: The living room revolved around the tree, Last Line: Was the gift.