10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «FAULKNERIAN»
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Drawing on the work of the literary theorists Kenneth Burke and Mikhail Bakhtin and the anthropologist Clifford Geertz, Warwick Wadlington gives a coherent account of the aesthetics of Faulkner's tragedy and advocates a model of reading ...
Yocona Puff Adder: A Faulknerian
The tale is rich with folksy anecdote and involves two boys, one white, the other black, as they come of age and recognize that race is a critical factor of life in the rural South.
In Search of the Latin American Faulkner
Faulknerian. Sentence: A. Problem. of. Logic. One of Faulkner's narrative
peculiarities, as Conrad Aiken once noted, is that he constantly introduces
suspense into his work by, on the macrocosmic level, not permitting the reader to
William Faulkner's The Sound and the Fury
“If. I. Could. Say. Mother”: Construing. the. Unsayable. About. Faulknerian.
Maternity. M. y title sounds insistently psychoanalytic, promising to uncover the
covered-up, to find the key that will unlock the mystery and reveal its hitherto
As I Lay Dying - William Faulkner
William Faulkner 1 Warwick Wadlington's Reading Faulknerian Tragedy (1987)
reminds us that Faulkner's greatest works areformal tragedies. Faulknerian
tragedy isnarrative ratherthan dramatic, modern rather than traditional, but it is
Faulkner and Postmodernism
In Acker's hands, Faulkner's language is something to be parodically dismantled
and ridiculed, but in the above passage we see Morrison's ability to play with
Faulknerian discourse without denying his voice a certain integrity. Does her ...
John N. Duvall, Ann J. Abadie, 2009
When we look at Beloved through a Faulknerian lens, there are a number of
fruitful comparisons, and many are developed in other essays in this volume.
Morrison's greater stylistic exuberance in this novel reminds us of Faulkner's
Carol A. Kolmerten, Judith Bryant Wittenberg, Stephen M. Ross
William Faulkner's Art of Becoming: A Deleuzean Reading
V. Faulkner's Scaffolding Mosquitoes, labeled as an "un-Faulknerian" novel, had
been considered an insignificant text and did not receive much critical attention
until the 1990s when feminist approaches somewhat shifted the trend. However ...
Nation and Region in Modern American and European Fiction
A glance at Scott's map of Jefferson, where line is invaded by text, mimesis by
diegesis as each building is endowed with a unique Faulknerian event, shows
immediately the immense importance given to the Compson home and property,
Postmodernism, Or, The Cultural Logic of Late Capitalism
Nothing seems further from the language ethics of the so-called new novel, with
its exclusion of rhetoric, and of the subject, and body warmth, until we think of the
extraordinary function of the Faulknerian "now," which (generally accompanied ...
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «FAULKNERIAN»
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Confederate flag defenders make quixotic last stand on S.C. Senate …
Verdin one-upped his colleague with an emotional, at times Faulknerian speech that combined theological musings, broad brushstrokes of ... «Charleston City Paper, Jul 15»
Kenneth Burns: Newspaper comics are why I'm here today
Garry Trudeau's Pulitzer-winning comic is almost Faulknerian in its richness and complexity. When I was a kid, I thought every "Doonesbury" ... «The Mountain Press, Jul 15»
Review: 'True Detective' Season 2, "Night Finds You”
... of Vinci has the motto “Towards Tomorrow,” but everyone on True Detective is obsessed with the past with an almost Faulknerian intensity. «Newsweek, Jun 15»
Review: Graham Swift's 'England and Other Stories,' a Darkness …
Time is a Möbius strip in his stories — time present contiguous with a Faulknerian time past and shadowed by secrets the reader only slowly ... «New York Times, Jun 15»
Exposed in a Southern Lens
And if she is at times Faulknerian in her syntax and Southern Romanticism, she always cuts the “sweet, rotting fecundity” of the South with wit. «Washington Free Beacon, Jun 15»
'True Detective' Review: New Cases, New Faces, New Places
... and 2) and different location: Mr. Fukunaga's Louisiana, with its atmosphere of santeria meets Southern Gothic meets Faulknerian dementia, ... «Wall Street Journal, Jun 15»
To carry on
Now add big crashing drums, musical saws, brass, Uilleann pipes, a triple layer of fuzz on the electric guitars and a Faulknerian torrent of lyrical ... «Missoula Independent, Jun 15»
Petaluma stay-at-home mom is Insta-star
They embellish reality in a way one might call Faulknerian. “I believe the world is an incredibly beautiful, enchanted, magical place but also ... «Santa Rosa Press Democrat, Jun 15»
Levon Helm's essential Band songs: Gimme Five
There are, to be sure, deep Faulknerian undertones — an idea, no doubt, sparked by the lyrical reference to “Go Down Moses,” one of the ... «Something Else! Reviews, May 15»
Photographer pens vivid self-portrait
And Faulknerian is the adjective destined to adhere to this book, with its startling narrative swipes, from pastoral descriptions of her introverted ... «USA TODAY, May 15»