[Faulkner and His Critics] Ë [BOOK] author John N. Duvall – easyaddress.us

Hree Faulkner ssays published by MFSover the yearsDuvall’s introduction Sleepless (Bird of Stone, explains the critical role of MFS in thevolution of Faulkner studies His organization of the works and his supplementary material provide both students and scholars with a concise overview of Faulkner studies from its New Critical and his supplementary material provide both students and scholars with a concise overview of Faulkner studies from its New Critical through its current ngagements with theory and histor. Drawn from the pages of Modern Fiction Studies with its distinguished tradition Publishing Scholarship On William on William this landmark volume collects nineteen seminal ssays that focus on Faulkner’s most popular fiction reflecting the nduring relevance of his canonThe ssays are grouped thematically into on Faulkner’s most popular fiction reflecting the Invisible (The Curse of Avalon enduring relevance of his canonThessays are grouped thematically into categories Myth and Religion; Temporality History and. Trauma; Gender and Race Affect the Body and Identity; and Modernity and Modernist Techniue For ase of use in classroom MFS editor John N has also included two appendixes The first is John N Duvall has also included two appendixes The first is alternative table of contents that arranges the critiues by major novels The second appendix lists all of the ssays chronologically and provides a full list of all seventy Faulkner and His Critics

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