|類型/形式：||Criticism, interpretation, etc|
Welty, Eudora, 1909-2001.
On William Faulkner.
[Jackson] : University Press of Mississippi, ©2003
|提及的人：||William Faulkner; William Faulkner; William Faulkner; William Faulkner|
|資料類型：||政府刊物, 州政府或者省政府刊物, 網際網路資源|
|ISBN:||1578065704 9781578065707 1578065712 9781578065714|
|描述：||96 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm|
|内容：||Caricature of William Faulkner --
Postcard from Hollywood --
Meeting Faulkner --
Review of Intruder in the Dust --
Letter in Defense of Faulkner --
Faulkner's "The Bear," --
Presentation Speech: The Gold Medal for Fiction --
Memorial Tribute: Author Gave Life to Fictional County --
Keynote Speech: Southern Literary Festival --
On Faulknerian Time --
Review of Selected Letters of William Faulkner --
Speech in Celebration of the William Faulkner Postal Stamp --
Afterword: Welty and Faulkner and the Southern Literary Tradition / Noel Polk.
|其他題名：||Eudora Welty on William Faulkner|
"Eudora Welty (1909-2001) and William Faulkner (1897-1962) were Mississippi's foremost literary lions of the twentieth century. Their influence on American literature is immeasurable. As Faulkner's compatriot and as a fellow writer, Welty had a unique view of his work. For her comprehensive vision and for her understanding discussions of his art she is one of the most astute critics of the Faulknerian legacy." "On William Faulkner, a record of her admiration, brings together Welty's essays, lectures, and musings on Faulkner. These include such gems as her reviews of Intruder in the Dust and The Selected Letters of William Faulkner, her impassioned defense of Faulkner's work (published as a letter to the New Yorker), her comments when she presented the Gold Medal for Fiction to Faulkner at the National Institute of Arts and Letters awards ceremony in 1962, an excerpt from a letter she wrote to the novelist Jean Stafford, telling of meeting Faulkner and of going sailing with him, and the obituary of the Nobel laureate that Welty wrote for the Associated Press." "In addition, this collection reprints the cryptic postcard Faulkner wrote to Welty from Hollywood and publishes for the first time a caricature of Faulkner that Welty drew in the 1930s, about fifteen years before she met him."--Jacket.