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Synonyms for Faulkner

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

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Faulkner Design Group specializes in unique design solutions for garden-style, high-rise residential, mixed-use, senior and student living and urban lofts and town homes.
John Faulkner of the University of California at Santa Cruz, the principal author of the WIMP model, who spoke to SCIENCE NEWS from the meeting in Aarhus, says the claim got a mixed reception.
And if, for reasons I have indicated, one cannot call this the compleat Bacon, nevertheless Faulkner provides much worthy advice for Bacon's friends.
In Death in the Afternoon, Hemingway defined himself against Faulkner by openly critiquing the latter's style, accusing him of publishing too much and, therefore, of not taking sufficient time to revise his lengthy sentences and to refine his craft (64).
There is also a group here that believes Australian skipper George Bailey deliberately gave Faulkner the last over with West Indies needing 12 runs to win.
Square Books maintains a thorough inventory of books by and about Faulkner in a dedicated section on the second floor.
After working for a year with a Little Rock television station, the station manager told Faulkner, "I know You wanted to be a television newsman, but with that crewcut, you look too young for anyone to believe you.
According to the Sydney Morning Herald, Faulkner, who has replaced top-order batsman Usman Khawaja, is set for a challenge as he would be making his Test debut in the Ashes finale despite failing to score any hundreds in any form of the game domestically or internationally.
com and invited to be one of the three professors who would lead the discussions of the Faulkner novels.
Faulkner pulled her mum's favourite cushion from behind her head, pushed it into her face and tried to smother her.
Faulkner, aged 44, formerly of Shillingstone Close, Walsgrave, pleaded guilty at the crown court in Leamington to possessing illegal expanding ammunition, possessing ammunition without a firearms certificate, possessing indecent images of children and breaching his sexual offences prevention order.
One of the four founding editorial advisory board members of The Faulkner Journal, Noel Polk was an internationally recognized Faulkner scholar whose editorial, textual, and critical work shaped and enlarged the discourse on Faulkner for some fifty years.
Oxford is setting the stage for a hometown tribute to one of literature's most beloved authors with "A William Faulkner Remembrance" on Friday, July 6, which marks the 50th anniversary of his death.
Faulkner was questioned and bailed but failed to answer his bail on May 29.
Top judges said they were sympathetic to the plight of Donna Marie Faulkner, who had two children by the time she was 16 and saw her son die when he was just five.