Sunday, August 17, 2008


McCAIGH (first name unknown, aka "The Iron Man"): The Riddle of the Onyx Hand, The Washington Square Enigma, others
—from Harry Stephen Keeler's Sing Sing Nights

MacCOMEROU, Adam: Homicidal Psychopathology: Selected Case Histories in the Problems of Homicidal Psychopathology, Together with a Brief Inquiry into Certain Aspects of Aberrant and Divided Personality Among Men of Superior Mentality, by Adam MacComerou, A.B., Ph.D., Litt.D. (causa honoris, Chicago), Sc.D. (Yale), LL.D. (Swarthmore, Columbia, McGill), Lowell Professor of Psychology at Harvard 
—from Joel Townsley Rogers's The Red Right Hand

McFADDEN, Wellesley: French Curve ("An architect on vacation in Europe falls under the sway of a malevolent French design student")
—from the Gary Walkow film Crashing

McFLY, George: A Match Made in Space
—from the Robert Zemekis film Back to the Future

McMURRAY, Richard: The Trouble With Dick ("A science fiction writer struggles to complete his first novel and maintain his sanity while sharing his house with three very different women")
—from the Gary Walkow film Crashing

MALCO, Jacob: The Mellowcraft Papers
—from the Netflix series Easy (season 2, episode 5)

MALLEON, Grand Master: The Lineages and Histories of the Great Houses of the Seven Kingdoms, With Descriptions of Many High Lords and Noble Ladies and Their Children
—from George R. R. Martin's A Game of Thrones

MANGROVE, Reginald: Hell Is Other People
—from Jonathan Ames's Wake Up, Sir!

MANIPULATE: Stone Cold Bummer
—from 30 Rock (season 4, ep. 21)

MAREN, Robert Mosley: The Mellowcraft Papers
—from Ambrose Bierce's "Isle of Pines"

MARK, John James: The Case of the Missing Tin-Opener
—from Josephine Tey's Daughter of Time

, Solange: Rien du tout, ou la conséquence
—from Stanislaw Lem's A Perfect Vacuum

MARVIN, Dr. Leo: Baby Steps
—from Frank Oz's What About Bob?

MARWYN, Maester: Book of Lost Books
—from George R. R. Martin's A Feast for Crows

MARZENTZ, Hugo: Are Snakes Necessary
—from Preston Sturges's The Lady Eve

MATURIN, Stephen: Diseases of Seamen
—from Patrick O'Brian's Clarissa Oakes, et al.

MAYHEW, W.P.: Nebuchadnezzer
—from the Coen Brothers film Barton Fink

MEADOWS, Harold: The Secret of Making Love
—from the Harold Lloyd film Girl Shy

MEARS, Benjamin: Air Dance
—from Stephen King's ’Salem's Lot

MEEKER, Ralph Warden: Obstinate Dust
—from Jonathan Lethem's Chronic City

MERRILL, Simon: Sexplosion
—from Stanislaw Lem's A Perfect Vacuum

—from Harry Mathews's The Conversions

MLATJE, Kuno: Odysseus of Ithaca
—from Stanislaw Lem's A Perfect Vacuum

Ashes to Ashes
Dust to Dust
—from Abraham Rodriguez's South by South Bronx

Any Human Heart: The Intimate Journals of Logan Montstuart
The Cosmopolitans
The Girl Factory
The Mind's Imaginings
This Is Not an Exit: Essays on Art and Literature
The Villa by the Lake

—from William Boyd's Any Human Heart
MORGAN, Eunice Eliot: Ramba of Macedon ("a historical novel about a female gladiator...which was a bestseller in 1936")
—from Kurt Vonnegut's God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater

, Kirk (aka Gideon Starorzewski, "King Mob"): Dis, The Killing Moon
—from Grant Morrison's The Invisibles

MORTON, Sarah: Dorwell Wears a Kilt

—from the François Ozon film Swimming Pool


Doug French said...

Maturin, Stephen: Diseases of Seamen

--- from Patrick O'Brian's Clarissa Oakes (and other titles in the series)

Anonymous said...

Morrison, Kirk:
(aka Gideon Starorzewski, 'King Mob')
Dis, The Killing Moon

...from The Invisibles by Grant Morrison

JRSM said...

Mauberly, Hugh Selwyn: 'Crowds Invisible' and 'Stone Dogs' (from 'Famous Last Words' by Timothy Findley: Mauberly is a Fascist apologist, friend of Ezra Pound and the deposed British king and Wallis Simpson, and his name is taken from an Ezra Pound poem)

Doug French said...

Maturin, Stephen: Tar-Water Reconsidered from Patrick O'Brian's Post Captain

Rory said...

Menard, Pierre:
Les problèmes d’un problème (Paris, 1917)
Don Quioxte

As well as Numerous essay, poems etc, that could be listed.

Marianaria Sra. bibliotecaria said...

Mackay, Jared. Abyssinian Tales; Hunting in the African Bush; King Menelek the Second; Trekking in the Deserts and Mountains of Africa. In: Caravan, by Dorothy Gilman.

Meerloo, Hannah. In the Land of the Golden Warriors. In: The Tightrope Walker, by Dorothy Gilman.

Mulligan, Padraic. Future of the Novel; The Novel and Modern Chaos; Form and Function in Modern Fiction; The Novel: Tension and Technique. (All NY: Calypso Press.) In The James Joyce Murder, by Amanda Cross.

Kurt said...

Eliot Morrison's "A Dream of Clarence", from Saturday Night at San Marcos, by William Packard.

Nexist said...

Markowitz, Gregor:
The Theory of Social Entropy
Chaos and Culture

-- from "Agents of Chaos" by Norman Spinrad

seraillon said...

MODER, Algin: Shadows Without Sunlight
- from Irmgard Keun, After Midnight

seraillon said...

Mole, Pauline: A Girl Called Shit

- from Sue Townsend's Adrian Mole: The Prostrate Years

seraillon said...

Melchior, Wilhem: Maloja Snake

- from Olivier Assayas' 2014 film, Clouds of Sils Maria

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