William Faulkner


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Noun1.William Faulkner - United States novelist (originally Falkner) who wrote about people in the southern United States (1897-1962)William Faulkner - United States novelist (originally Falkner) who wrote about people in the southern United States (1897-1962)
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William Faulkner nacio un veinticinco de septiembre, hace ciento veinte anos, y fallecio en mil novecientos sesenta y dos.
Keywords: William Faulkner, modernism, detective fiction, Intruder in the Dust, Light in August.
For William Faulkner who once said, "I prefer silence to sound," sailing suited him perfectly.
Meanwhile, Ferguson has bolstered his squad with the double signing of Crusaders midfielder Nathan Hanley and striker William Faulkner.
Every bit the equal of fellow exponents of Southern Gothic, such as Harper Lee and William Faulkner, O'Connor's work is by turns both affectionate and darkly-humorous, depicting and dissecting the moral mores of the mid-20th Century Deep South.
Rachel Watson, "Speaking as Corpses: History and Authority in William Faulkner and Mark Twain" (University of Chicago)
The Reception of William Faulkner by the 20th Century's China.
Well, that's not quite how Owen Wilson quoted the famous William Faulkner line in "Midnight in Paris," but Faulkner Literary Rights--the famous author's estate--say it's close enough.
As for me, my ongoing discourse with Arthur has gone beyond shared observations about government and politics to cover such matters as Arthur's deep interest in southern writers, and particularly William Faulkner.
Becoming Faulkner: The Art and Life of William Faulkner.
He was recognized as one of the world's leading scholars in William Faulkner, whose works he examined in a series of books, articles, and lectures; and he was recently at work on the writings of Peter Matthiessen.
When William Faulkner was in Japan, as a kind of cultural showpiece for the State Department, he said in interview many interesting things, among them this: "I would say, and I hope, the only school I belong to, that I want to belong to, is the humanist school" Since his receipt of the Nobel Prize in 1950, Faulkner has made countless public statements along these same lines until they have become almost repetitious.