Faulkner


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United States novelist (originally Falkner) who wrote about people in the southern United States (1897-1962)

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Matthews makes the compelling case that what Faulkner ascertains in his late fiction "is how intersecting spheres of power--economic, military-industrial, political, cultural--were consolidating to form a global class of owners of means" (271).
Faulkner frames the comparatively egalitarian and often progressive social values of the religious breakaway group, the Society of Friends, along with the disruption of gender roles on an island where adult males were often away at sea, as the catalyst from which the young Lucretia gained a sense of equivalence between herself and her male contemporaries.
In recent years, Faulkner has established himself as a regular on the festival circuit and next month he'll be playing as part of an all-day music festival at Scarborough Open Air Theatre.
One complaint might be that major works such as As I Lay Dying (1930) and Light in August (1932) get relatively short treatments that--for Faulkner scholars, at least--may feel like solid, though not ground-breaking, inquiry.
Despite switching off the electricity and following the proper safety procedures, Mr Faulkner of Albany Road, Earlsdon, Coventry, was accused of breaking the firm's health and safety procedure, Birmingham employment tribunal was told.
Faulkner admittedly offers a closer reading of Freud than Deleuze himself does in Difference and Repetition and The Logic of Sense, where his engagement with psychoanalysis is often presented in a condensed, abbreviated form.
Faulkner, of Stevenson Street, Wavertree, is alleged to have grabbed her by the throat, before producing a gun from the back of his trousers.
Carol Faulkner has placed women in the center of Reconstruction in this well-crafted book.
Faulkner Novels 1926-1929 is The Library of America's exquisite hardcover collection of four of William Faulkner's classic literary works: "Soldier's Pay", "Mosquitoes", "Flags in the Dust", and "The Sound and the Fury".
The essays collected in Faulkner in the Twenty-First Century reinvigorate Faulkner studies.
It's a big cultural phenomenon that just keeps growing,'' said John Faulkner, spokesman for Campbell's Soup.
Faulkner joined Bar staff in 1971 to coordinate the rapidly growing disciplinary program, and it was under his leadership that the grievance department experienced major developments, most notably from a volunteer, single-headquarters system to a salaried full-time staff with a professional branch system in major Florida cities.
ITI; Medford, NJ) has acquired the publishing assets of Faulkner Technical Reports, Inc.
Ohio Society member Crystal Faulkner answers both questions with solid media relations.
Long gone are the days of ether and pliers; Faulkner is as computer-savvy as he is medically advanced.