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Faulkner's inheritance : Faulkner and Yoknapatawpha, 2005

Author: Joseph R Urgo; Ann J Abadie
Publisher: Jackson : University Press of Mississippi, 2007.
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Essays by Susan V. Donaldson, Lael Gold, Adam Gussow, Martin Kreiswirth, Jay Parini, Noel Polk, Judith L. Sensibar, Jon Smith, and Priscilla Wald. William Faulkner once said that the writer "collects his material all his life from everything he reads, from everything he listens to, everything he sees, and he stores that away in sort of a filing cabinet ... in my case it's not anything near as neat as a filing case;  Read more...
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Faulkner and Yoknapatawpha Conference.
Faulkner's inheritance.
Jackson : University Press of Mississippi, 2007
(DLC) 2006029993
(OCoLC)71369091
Named Person: William Faulkner; William Faulkner
Material Type: Conference publication, Document, Government publication, State or province government publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Joseph R Urgo; Ann J Abadie
ISBN: 9781604731644 1604731648
OCLC Number: 221698237
Notes: A collection of essays examining the influences on Faulkner's fiction, including his own family history, Jim Crow laws, contemporary fashion, popular culture, and literature.
Description: 1 online resource (xviii, 178 p.) : ill.
Contents: Making "something which did not exist before" : what Faulkner gave himself / Noel Polk --
Estelle and William Faulkner's imaginative collaboration (c. 1919-1925) / Judith L. Sensibar --
Atomic Faulkner / Priscilla Wald --
Plaintive reiterations and meaningless strains : Faulkner's blues understandings / Adam Gussow --
Faulkner, metropolitan fashion, and "the south" / Jon Smith --
Light in August, Faulkner's angels of history, and the culture of Jim Crow / Susan V. Donaldson --
Faulkner's dark house : the uncanny inheritance of race / Martin Kreiswirth --
A Mammy Callie legacy / Lael Gold --
Afterword : in the house of Faulkner / Jay Parini.
Responsibility: edited by Joseph R. Urgo and Ann J. Abadie.

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Essays by Susan V. Donaldson, Lael Gold, Adam Gussow, Martin Kreiswirth, Jay Parini, Noel Polk, Judith L. Sensibar, Jon Smith, and Priscilla Wald. William Faulkner once said that the writer "collects his material all his life from everything he reads, from everything he listens to, everything he sees, and he stores that away in sort of a filing cabinet ... in my case it's not anything near as neat as a filing case; it's more like a junk box." Faulkner tended to be quite casual about his influences. For example, he referred to the South as "not very important to me. I just happ.

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