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William Faulkner; four decades of criticism.

By: Wagner-Martin, Linda [compiler.].
Material type: TextTextPublisher: [East Lansing] Michigan State University Press, 1973Description: vii, 374 pages 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeSubject(s): Faulkner, William, 1897-1962 -- Criticism and interpretation | Southern States -- In literatureAdditional physical formats: Online version:: William Faulkner.DDC classification: 813/.5/2 Other classification: HU 3585 Also issued online.
Contents:
Faulkner: the development of the writer: The apprenticeship of William Faulkner / Richard P. Adams -- The poetry of William Faulkner / George Garrett -- One continuous force: notes on Faulkner's extra-literary reading / Mick Gidley -- Some uses of folk humor by Faulkner / Otis Wheeler -- The work: studies of the work as a whole: Faulkner's mythology / George Marion O'Donnell -- William Faulkner / Robert Penn Warren -- William Faulkner, the importance of love / Lawrence Bowling -- William Faulkner, vision of good and evil / Cleanth Brooks -- The work: studies of method and language: William Faulkner: the novel as form / Conrad Aiken -- William Faulkner's style / Warren Beck -- The edge of order: the pattern of Faulkner's rhetoric / Walter J. Slatoff -- William Faulkner: the problem of point of view / Michael Millgate -- Atmosphere and theme in Faulkner's "A rose for Emily" / Ray B. West, Jr. -- The work: studies of individual novels: Mirror analogues in The sound and the fury / Lawrance Thompson -- The word and the deed in Faulkner's first great novels / Floyd C. Watkins -- As I lay dying as ironic quest / Elizabeth Kerr -- Whirlwinds in the South: an analysis of Light in August / Phyllis Hirshleifer -- Thematic design in Light in August / Carl Benson -- The design and meaning of Absalom, Absalom! / Ilse Dusoir Lind -- Faulkner's Oresteia / Gorman Beauchamp -- The theme and structure of Faulkner's The hamlet / Thomas Y. Greet -- The normality of snopesism / Joseph Gold -- The unity of Go down, Moses / Stanley Tick -- An American interpretation of existence: Faulkner's A fable / Heinrich Straumann -- Faulkner's Tempest / William Rossky.
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Includes bibliographical references.

part 1. Faulkner: the development of the writer: The apprenticeship of William Faulkner / Richard P. Adams -- The poetry of William Faulkner / George Garrett -- One continuous force: notes on Faulkner's extra-literary reading / Mick Gidley -- Some uses of folk humor by Faulkner / Otis Wheeler -- part 2. The work: studies of the work as a whole: Faulkner's mythology / George Marion O'Donnell -- William Faulkner / Robert Penn Warren -- William Faulkner, the importance of love / Lawrence Bowling -- William Faulkner, vision of good and evil / Cleanth Brooks -- part 3. The work: studies of method and language: William Faulkner: the novel as form / Conrad Aiken -- William Faulkner's style / Warren Beck -- The edge of order: the pattern of Faulkner's rhetoric / Walter J. Slatoff -- William Faulkner: the problem of point of view / Michael Millgate -- Atmosphere and theme in Faulkner's "A rose for Emily" / Ray B. West, Jr. -- part 4. The work: studies of individual novels: Mirror analogues in The sound and the fury / Lawrance Thompson -- The word and the deed in Faulkner's first great novels / Floyd C. Watkins -- As I lay dying as ironic quest / Elizabeth Kerr -- Whirlwinds in the South: an analysis of Light in August / Phyllis Hirshleifer -- Thematic design in Light in August / Carl Benson -- The design and meaning of Absalom, Absalom! / Ilse Dusoir Lind -- Faulkner's Oresteia / Gorman Beauchamp -- The theme and structure of Faulkner's The hamlet / Thomas Y. Greet -- The normality of snopesism / Joseph Gold -- The unity of Go down, Moses / Stanley Tick -- An American interpretation of existence: Faulkner's A fable / Heinrich Straumann -- Faulkner's Tempest / William Rossky.

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