Novels, 1930-1935

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Literary Classics of the U.S., 1985 - Fiction - 1034 pages
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User Review  - Lapsus16 - LibraryThing

A Fable: Another very difficult read by William Faulkner. As in his other novels, I feel as a member of an extraterrestrial race trying to understand the language of humanity. Or maybe it's the other ... Read full review

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User Review  - plb1934 - LibraryThing

"The Reivers is a nostalgic look at the early days of Jefferson (the key town in Faulkner's invented Yoknapatawpha County) told mostly through the eyes of a young boy. The story is linear and easy to ... Read full review

Contents

Lay Dying i
70
Dedication of an Airport
779
An Evening in New Valois
802
Copyright

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William Faulkner (1897–1962) was born in Mississippi and was the recipient of the Nobel Prize for Literature and the Pulitzer Prize.

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