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Faulkner

, Falkner
William. 1897--1962, US novelist and short-story writer. Most of his works portray the problems of the southern US, esp the novels set in the imaginary county of Yoknapatawpha in Mississippi. Other novels include The Sound and the Fury (1929) and Light in August (1932): Nobel prize for literature 1949
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To that end, he examines Faulkner's time spent working as a Hollywood screenwriter, his affair with Meta Carpenter Wilde, and his marriage and life with Estelle Oldham Faulkner.
Mott was an early convert to antislavery immediatism, Faulkner suggests even before William Lloyd Garrison, and remained dedicated to the cause of free produce long after the abolitionist luminary.
Eventually Faulkner went solo and bagged a gig at industry festival South By Southwest in Texas and things began to shape up nicely.
makes A Fable the Faulkner novel for our times' (p.
Mr Faulkner said: "The wiring had to be removed because the heaters were to be discarded from a room at the laboratories.
One difficult instance of this is when Faulkner claims that for Deleuze the becoming-active of thought requires the sadistic 'suspension' of the law (129).
Neville Biddle, prosecuting, said Mrs Faulkner was so terrified of her husband she wet herself.
By examining the activism of middle-class African-American reformers, Faulkner also demonstrates the crucial role black women played in Reconstruction.
In what is perhaps one of the newest realms of Faulkner study, Deborah N.
Former Bar legislative counsel and unauthorized practice of law director, Richard McFarlain, who worked closely with Faulkner, said, "He was truly responsible for bringing the disciplinary system up to date.
Faulkner is now a regular contributor on WLWT News Channel 5 television, and to other news and business publications.