William Faulkner; a study in humanism, from metaphor to discourse.

[1st ed.].. Norman, University of Oklahoma Press [1966] .

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Subjects Faulkner, William, 1897-1962
Faulkner, William, 1897-1962 -- Criticism and interpretation.
Faulkner, William, 1897-1962.
Humanism in literature.
Southern States -- In literature.
Southern States.
Description ix, 205 pages illustrations 23 cm
Copyright Date [1966]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Summary Faulkner, throughout his writing career, is seen as essentially a humanist. Individual man cannot survive, but the race can, and mankind can cure all the evils of the world if it works hard enough.
Contents I. Introduction : "what I was talking about" -- II. Early works : "the furious motion of being alive" -- III. "The bear" : "that was symbolism" -- IV. Intruder in the dust : "there is always somewhere someone" -- V. Requiem for a nun : "the tragic life of a prostitute" -- VI. A fable : "you'll put your own ideas in his mouth" -- VII. The town : "all people learn a little more" -- VIII. The mansion : "to trust in God without depending on Him" -- IX. The reivers : "a gentleman accepts the responsibility" -- X. Conclusion.
Genre Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Geographic Area Southern States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)189418
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Gold, Joseph, 1933-
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