Critical Companion to William Faulkner

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Infobase Publishing, 2009 - Mississippi - 562 pages
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One of the greatest and most influential American writers, William Faulkner is remembered for novels and short stories thatexplore the complex culture and tragic legacy of the American South. Winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature, Faulkner and his influentialworksAs I Lay Dying; Light in August; The Sound and the Fury; Absalom, Absalom!; "The Bear"; and many othersare studied all over the world. Critical Companion to William Faulknera.
 

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The only thing I read was the section on Ellen Sutpen (Absalom,Absalom). The writers state that Ellen had the town merchants come to Sutpens 100 - no see went to town and had the merchants bring there wares to her carriage to inspect.
They also state that Rosa was 4 years older than her niece. The opposite is true.
Not sure I would read any more of this book if this is the level of accuracy in their work
 

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Leaving heritage behind or beyond stunts the mind.Subjects of kings get more respect nowadays.Hence childbirth has such passion minus the compassion of Jesus.Dolly Madison, as her nomenclature goes would stay and work seven hours even fronting wages but ice cream has lost its appeal on such righteous nations. 

Contents

Works A to Z
19
Related People Placesand Topics
359
Appendixes
459

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About the author (2009)

A. Nicholas Fargnoli is a professor of English & theology at Molloy College in Rockville Centre, NY.

Michael Golay is a journalist & author of several books, including "The Ruined Land: The End of the Civil War". He lives in Exeter, NH.

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