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  1. A Summer of Faulkner: As I Lay Dying/The Sound and the Fury/Light in August (Oprah's Book Club) by William Faulkner, 2005-06-03
  2. Collected Stories of William Faulkner by William Faulkner, 1995-10-31
  3. As I Lay Dying: The Corrected Text (Modern Library) by William Faulkner, 2000-11-28
  4. Light in August (The Corrected Text) by William Faulkner, 1990-10-01
  5. As I Lay Dying (Norton Critical Editions) by William Faulkner, 2009-12-04
  6. The Reivers by William Faulkner, 1992-09-01
  7. A Fable by William Faulkner, 1977-12-12
  8. William Faulkner : Novels 1930-1935 : As I Lay Dying, Sanctuary, Light in August, Pylon (Library of America) by William Faulkner, 1985-12-01
  9. The Sound and the Fury: The Corrected Text by William Faulkner, 1990-10
  10. The Hamlet by William Faulkner, 1991-10-29
  11. William Faulkner: Novels, 1957-1962: The Town / The Mansion / The Reivers (Library of America) by William Faulkner, 1999-10-01
  12. Knight's Gambit by William Faulkner, 1978-09-12
  13. Three Famous Short Novels: Spotted Horses / Old Man / The Bear by William Faulkner, 1958-02-12
  14. New Orleans Sketches by William Faulkner, 2002-05-22

1. MWP: William Faulkner (1897-1962)
Information about writer William Faulkner, including a biographical and critical article, a list of published works, and other information resources.
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(April 2006) Faulkner in the Twenty-first Century
(February 2003) William Faulkner: Six Decades of Criticism
(October 2002) Absalom, Absalom!
(September 2002) Faulkner and the Politics of Reading , by Karl Zender
(August 2002) Faulkner and Postmodernism , edited by John Duvall and Ann Abadie
(July 2002) New Orleans Sketches
(June 2002) The Unvanquished (Large Print edition)
(April 2002) Light in August
(April 2002) Faulkner at West Point , edited by Robert Paul Ashley and Joseph L. Fant
(March 2002) Novels 1957-1962: The Town, The Mansion, The Reivers (October 1999) A William Faulkner Encyclopedia (November 1999) Absalom, Absalom!

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3. William Faulkner (1897-1962) American Writer.
(18971962) American writer. William Faulkner was a renowned Mississippi writer, a Nobel Prize-winning novelist and a short story writer, though he never
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    (1897-1962) American writer. William Faulkner was a renowned Mississippi writer, a Nobel Prize-winning novelist and a short story writer, though he never graduated from high school. Absalom, Absalom! @ William Faulkner Novels William Faulkner (1897-1962) is famous for his Southern novels about the imaginary Yoknapatawpha County. He wrote "The Sound and the Fury" (1929), "As I Lay Dying" (1930), "Sanctuary" (1931), "Light in August" (1932), "Absalom, Absalom!" (1936), "Intruder In the Dust" (1948), "Requiem For A Nun" (1951), and other works. Read more of the novels from William Faulkner, Nobel Laureate. Books About William Faulkner (1897-1962) American writer. William Faulkner explored human naturesex, class and raceagainst the historical realities of Southern living. The Civil War still looms in the background of his novels, but his explorations of human nature delves far deeper than these "decaying fragments of myth." Read more about the life of William Faulkner, and find out how he created his works.
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    9. Faulkner, William : Southern Literature : United States - Mega Net
    http//www.olemiss.edu/depts/english/mswriters/dir/faulkner_william/. Faulkner, William - MSN Encarta. Brief biography investigates the life and writing
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    Login Search Mega Net: Home Library Humanities Literature ... Southern Literature : Faulkner, William Faulkner, William Read a biographical sketch and articles on the author's adopted hometown. Use the "Faulkner QuickLink" to research a specific work. http://www.mcsr.olemiss.edu/~egjbp/faulkner/ Faulkner, William - A Faulkner Chronology http://www.mcsr.olemiss.edu/~egjbp/faulkner/chronology.html Faulkner, William - Campfire Chat Post a message concerning the brilliance of "The Sound and The Fury," or simply browse what others have to say about this American writer. http://killdevilhill.com/faulknerchat/wwwboard.html Faulkner, William - Criticism Access a variety of published criticisms concerning Faulkner and his body of work. Includes a reading series. http://www.mcsr.olemiss.edu/~egjbp/faulkner/bib-series.html Faulkner, William - Faulkner on the Web http://www.mcsr.olemiss.edu/~egjbp/faulkner/index.html Faulkner, William - Faulkner on the Web, Yoknapatawpha County Resource guides readers through the realized world of William Faulkner. Learn about Yoknapatawpha s creation, meet its principal characters, and explore its boundaries. http://www.mcsr.olemiss.edu/~egjbp/faulkner/glossaryy.html#Yoknapatawpha

    10. William Faulkner Biography
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    Biography Base Home Link To Us Search Biographies: Browse Biographies A B C D ... Z William Faulkner Biography William Falkner (September 25, 1897 - July 6, 1962) was a novelist from the Southern United States.
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    William Falkner wrote works of psychological drama and emotional depth, typically with long serpentine prose and high, meticulously-chosen diction. Like most prolific authors, he suffered the envy and scorn of others, and was considered to be the stylistic rival to Ernest Hemingway (his long sentences contrasted to Hemingway's short, 'minimalist' style). He is perhaps also considered to be the only true American Modernist prose fiction writer of the 1930s, following in experimental tradition European writers such as James Joyce, Virginia Woolf, and Marcel Proust, and known for using groundbreaking literary devices such as stream of consciousness, multiple narrations or points of view, and time-shifts within narrative.
    Faulkner was born William Falkner (no "U") in New Albany, Mississippi, and raised in and heavily influenced by that state, as well as the general ambience of the South. Mississippi marked his sense of humor, his sense of the tragic position of Blacks and Whites, his keen characterization of usual Southern characters and his timeless themes, one of them being that fiercely intelligent people dwelled behind the facade of good old boys and simpletons. An early editor misspelled Falkner's name as "Faulkner", and the author decided to keep the spelling.
    Faulkner's most celebrated novels include The Sound and the Fury (1929), As I Lay Dying (1930), Light in August (1932), The Unvanquished (1938), and Absalom, Absalom! (1936), usually considered his masterpiece. Faulkner was a prolific writer of short stories: his first short story collection, These 13 (1931), includes many of his most acclaimed (and most frequently anthologized) stories, including "A Rose for Emily," "Red Leaves," "That Evening Sun," and "Dry September." During the 1930s, in an effort to make money, Faulkner crafted a sensationalist "pulp" novel entitled Sanctuary (first published in 1931). Its themes of evil and corruption (bearing Southern Gothic tones), resonate to this day. A sequel to the book, Requiem for a Nun, is the only play that he has published. It involves an introduction that is actually one sentence that spans for a couple pages. He received a Pulitzer Prize for A Fable, and won a National Book Award (posthumously) for his Collected Stories.

    11. IPL Online Literary Criticism Collection
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    12. Faulkner, William LiteraryTraveler.com
    Regarded as one of the greatest writers of the twentieth century, William Faulkner relentlessly chronicled the condition of the antebellum American Deep
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    Regarded as one of the greatest writers of the twentieth century, William Faulkner relentlessly chronicled the condition of the antebellum American Deep South. Creating characters and stories within the fictional Yoknapatawpha County and beyond, Faulkner seamlessly blended the harsh realities of the southern condition with rich cultural histories of his own imagination. Faulkner was born in New Albany, Mississippi on September 25, 1897. His first book, a collection of poems entitled The Marble Faun, was published in 1924. The Sound and the Fury (1929), his debut as a novelist, is widely regarded as his masterpiece. The novel documents the tragic history of the Compson family from the perspective of three of the families' children (including mentally handicapped Benji). The deterioration of this aristocratic Southern family mirrors the downfall of an Old South bewildered by changing customs and values. The next decade was a prolific one for Faulkner, partially because of his financial insecurity. He was forced to alternate between stories he wanted to write and stories he knew would sell. Sanctuary (1931), for example, was a commercially viable detective story, while

    13. The Religion Of William Faulkner, Author
    Writers Page website, on the University of Mississippi website (http//www.olemiss.edu/mwp/dir/faulkner_william/index.html; viewed 21 October 2005)
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    From: John B. Padgett, "William Faulkner" article on "The Mississippi Writers Page" website, on the University of Mississippi website (http://www.olemiss.edu/mwp/dir/faulkner_william/index.html; viewed 21 October 2005): After The Sound and the Fury was published in October 1929, Faulkner had to turn his attention to making money. Earlier that year, he had written Sanctuary , a novel which Faulkner later claimed in an introduction he conceived "deliberately to make money." Because of its sordid subject the novel was immediately turned down by the publisher. Faulkner's need for income stemmed largely from his growing family. In April, Estelle Oldham had divorced Cornell Franklin, and in June she and Faulkner were married at or near College Hill Presbyterian Church, just north of Oxford. Estelle brought to the marriage two children, Malcolm and Victoria, and after a honeymoon in Pascagoula, on the Mississippi Gulf Coast, they lived at Miss Elma Meek's house in Oxford. Faulkner, now working nights at a power plant, wrote As I Lay Dying , later claiming it was a "tour de force" and that he had written it "in six weeks, without changing a word."

    14. William Faulkner Resources: Where To Learn More
    www.olemiss.edu/depts/english/mswriters/dir/faulkner_william. University of Virginia. In 1957, Faulkner came to the University of Virginia as its first
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    Book Selections A New Earth Anna Karenina As I Lay Dying Cry, The Beloved Country East of Eden The Good Earth The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter Light in August Love in the Time of Cholera The Measure of a Man Middlesex A Million Little Pieces Night One Hundred Years of Solitude The Pillars of the Earth The Road The Sound and the Fury A Summer of Faulkner Browse Past Selections Oprah's Book Club Features See What's New Message Boards Oprah's First Webcast Faulkner Video Lectures Reading Groups Tips for Hosting Make Your Own Bookmark Essay Contest Winners INSIDE FAULKNER 101 OPRAH'S CLASSROOM RESOURCES: WHERE TO LEARN MORE Center for Faulkner Studies Located on the campus of Southeast Missouri State University, the Center for Faulkner Studies supports educational, scholarly and public service projects related to William Faulkner, including a Visiting Japanese Scholar program and the Teaching Faulkner newsletter. The Center's renowned Brodsky Collection includes thousands of manuscript pages, letters and photographs.

    15. William Faulkner, Writer
    William Faulkner. September 25, 1897 July 6, 1962. 1949 Nobel Prize for Literature. Multiple Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction
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    William Faulkner
    September 25, 1897 - July 6, 1962
    Nobel Prize for Literature
    Multiple Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction
    Novels
    Faulkner, William,
    Mosquitoes,
    Sartoris,
    The Sound and the Fury,
    1929. Cinema: The Sound and the Fury,
    As I Lay Dying,
    Sanctuary,
    1931. Cinema: Sanctuary,
    Light in August,
    Pylon,
    1935. Cinema: Tarnished Angels,
    Absalom! Absalom!
    The Unvanquished,
    The Wild Palms, The Hamlet,
    1940. Cinema: The Long Hot Summer, Intruder in the Dust, 1948. Cinema: Intruder in the Dust, Requiem for a Nun, A Fable, Pulitzer Prize The Town, The Mansion, Snopers: A Trilogy, 1959. (Including: The Hamlet, The Town, The Mansion, The Reivers, Pulitzer Prize Cinema: The Reivers,
    Original Short Fiction
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    Faulkner, William, Go Down, Moses, and Other Stories, Selected Stories of William Faulkner Modern Library, New York, 1993. ISBN: 0-679-42478-4
    Sources of Biographical and Bibliographical Information
    Random House, William Faulkner, in Selected Stories of William Faulkner, Modern Library, New York, 1993. ISBN: 0-679-42478-4

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    William Faulkner - (1897-1962) New Albany By Tiffany Hammond
    Houston High School in Houston, Mississippi. I. Upbringing, Education, Family and Professional Life William Cuthbert Faulkner (as his name was then spelled) was born on September 25, 1897, in New Albany, Mississippi, the first of four sons born to Murry and Maud Butler Faulkner. He was named after his great-grandfather William Clark Faulkner, the "Old Colonel." Faulkner's family moved to Oxford when he was four. Faulkner demonstrated artistic talent at a young age, drawing and writing poetry, but around the sixth grade he began to grow increasingly bored with his studies. Estelle Oldham, his childhood sweetheart, was a popular, vivacious girl in Oxford with an active social life that included dances and parties. Despite her romance with William, she dated other boys, one of who was Cornell Franklin, an Ole Miss law student whom she later halfheartedly married. Phil Stone, a lawyer and guide to Faulkner, recognized Faulkner's talent and set out to help him. In 1919, Faulkner enrolled at the

    17. Faulkner, William - MSN Encarta
    Faulkner, William (18971962), one of the greatest American novelists, known for his epic portrayal, in some 20 novels, of the tragic conflict
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