The new Cambridge companion to William Faulkner edited by John T. Matthews, Boston University.

"The New Cambridge Companion to William Faulkner offers contemporary readers a sample of innovative approaches to interpreting and appreciating William Faulkner, who continues to inspire passionate readership worldwide. The essays here address a variety of topics in Faulkner's fiction, suc...

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Corporate Author: Literature Online (LION) - US Customers Only.
Other Authors: Matthews, John T.
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2015.
Series:Cambridge Companions to Literature.
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505 8 |a Machine generated contents note: 1. New media ecology Julian Murphet; 2. History's dark markings: Faulkner and film's racial representation Peter Lurie; 3. 'What moves at the margin': William Faulkner and race Aliyyah I. Abdur-Rahman; 4. Faulkner and biopolitics Patricia E. Chu; 5. As I Lay Dying and the modern aesthetics of ecological crisis Susan Scott Parrish; 6. Faulkner and trauma: on Sanctuary's originality Greg Forter; 7. Queer Faulkner: whores, queers, and the transgressive south Jaime Harker; 8. Faulkner and southern studies Melanie Benson Taylor; 9. The Faulkner factor: influence and intertextuality in south fiction since 1965 Martyn Bone; 10. They endured: the Faulknerian novel and post-45 American fiction Benjamin Widiss; 11. A new region of the world: Faulkner, Glissant, and the Caribbean Hugues Aze;rad; 12. The Faulknerian anthropocene: scales of time and history in The Wild Palms and Go Down, Moses Ramón Saldívar and Sylvan Goldberg; 13. Reading Faulkner in and beyond postcolonial studies: 'There is nowhere for us to go now but east' Randy Boyagoda. 
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