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William Faulkner

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The South and Faulkner's Yoknapatawpha

Edited by Evans Harrington & Ann J. Abadie
Categories: Literature

In Michael Millgate's essay he writes that "To see the places where an author lived and walked, and typed; to see what he daily saw, smell what he smelled; experience the resources of his native climate: ...

Faulkner and Humor

Edited by Doreen Fowler & Ann J. Abadie
Categories: Literature

Readers know that humor abounds in the writings of William Faulkner, but the thousands of articles and hundreds of books about his fiction contain little commentary on Faulknerian humor. To give attention ...

Faulkner and Postmodernism

Since the 1960s, William Faulkner, Mississippi's most famous author, has been recognized as a central figure of international modernism. But might Faulkner's fiction be understood in relation to Thomas ...

A Cosmos of My Own

Contributions by Robert Hamblin, Panthea Reid Broughton, James B. Carothers, Louis Daniel Brodsky, Ellen Douglas, Charles Nilon, and François Pitavy

Reflecting developments in Faulkner criticism, these ...

Faulkner and the Southern Renaissance

It began in the 1930s in a powerful and elegant literature arising from a seemingly improbable place, the rural, agrarian South. This literary flowering, a proliferation of southern letters, is called ...

Faulkner and Idealism

Edited by Michel Gresset & Patrick H. Samway
Categories: Literature

The essays in this volume are indicative of the scope of international scholarship concerning the works of William Faulkner. They reflect particularly the distinctive and somewhat varying views that American ...


The international reputation and pervasive influence of William Faulkner upon world literature is the subject of the papers In this book.

At the Ninth Annual Faulkner and Yoknapatawpha Conference, held ...

Faulkner and the Ecology of the South

In 1952, Faulkner noted the exceptional nature of the South when he characterized it as “the only really authentic region in the United States, because a deep indestructible bond still exists between ...

Faulkner on the Color Line

By Theresa M. Towner
Categories: Literature

This study argues that Faulkner's writings about racial matters interrogated rather than validated his racial beliefs and that, in the process of questioning his own ideology, his fictional forms extended ...

Faulkner and Race

With contributions by Eric J. Sundquist, Craig Werner, Blyden Jackson, Thadious Davis, Pamela J. Rhodes, Walter Taylor, Noel Polk, James A. Snead, Philip M. Weinstein, Lothar Hönnighausen, Frederick ...