Essays that explore how Faulkner shaped a region and how a region shaped the great writer and his fictionEssays that explore how Faulkner shaped a region and how a region shaped the great writer and his fictionRead Less
212 pages. Softcover. Good condition. LITERARY STUDIES. Contains the papers presented at the 1976 Faulkner & Yoknapatawpha Conference held at The University of Mississippi. Articles include: "The South in American History" by Daniel Aaron, "Faulkner and History" by Michael Millgate, "Faulkner's Depiction of the Planter Aristocracy" by Shelby Foote, "Faulkner and Slavery" by Darwin Turner, "Faulkner and Race" by Shelby Foote, Darwin Turner, and Evans Harrington, "Nature's Legacy to William Faulkner" by John Pilkington, "Faulkner and (Southern) Women" by Linda Welshimer Wagner, "Faulkner and Women" by Linda Welshimer Wagner, Victoria Fielden Black, and Evans Harrington, "Faulkner and War" by Shelby Foote, "Scarlett O'Hara and the Two Quentin Compsons" by Louis D. Rubin, Jr., and "Faulkner and the South: Some Reflections" by Michael Millgate. (Key Words: Yoknapatawpha, The University of Mississippi, American South, United States History" by Daniel Aaron, William Faulkner, Nobel Prize Winners, Michael Millgate, Planter Aristocracy, Shelby Foote, Slavery, Darwin Turner, Race, Darwin Turner, Evans Harrington, Nature, John Pilkington, Southern Women, Linda Welshimer Wagner, Victoria Fielden Black, Unitd States Civil War, Scarlett O'Hara, Quentin Compson, Louis D. Rubin Jr., Literary Criticism, Literary Studies).
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