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Bear, man, and God: eight approaches to William Faulkner's The bear. Edited by Francis Lee Utley, Lynn Z. Bloom [and] Arthur F. Kinney.

; Bloom, Lynn Z., 1934- ; Kinney, Arthur F., 1933- ; Faulkner, William, 1897-1962. Bear. 1971
2d ed.. New York, Random House [1971] .
ISBN 9780394315461, 0394315464

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Other Authors Bloom, Lynn Z., 1934-
Kinney, Arthur F., 1933-
Faulkner, William, 1897-1962.
Subjects Faulkner, William, 1897-1962. Bear.
Description xii, 336 p. geneal. table. 24 cm.
Notes Includes complete text of The bear and selections from other works by W. Faulkner.
Bibliography: p. 317-336.
Contents The bear / William Faulkner -- The role of personal experience in Faulkner's work. My brother Bill / John Faulkner ; Faulkner at West Point / Joseph L. Fant III and Robert Ashley ; William Faulkner, 1897-1962 / Allen Tate -- Faulkner on Faulkner. Sam Fathers ; The hill country ; Uncle Ike ; The blood ritual of Isaac McCaslin ; Speech of acceptance upon the award of the Nobel Prize for Literature ; Address upon receiving the National Book Award for Fiction ; The meaning of the hunt ; Faulkner's commentary on Go down, Moses / Frederick L. Gwynn and Joseph L. Blotner ; Boon Hogganbeck / William Faulkner -- Other versions of The bear. The growth of The bear / Edward M. Holmes ; The relationship between part IV and the rest of The bear / Irving Howe -- The cultural roots of The bear. The mind and character of the south / W.J. Cash ; The pattern of initiation / Mircea Eliade ; An Indian boy's initiation into manhood in the Omaha tribe / A.C. Fletcher and F. LaFlesche ; How to catch bears (Twenyucis's dream) / Frank G. Speck and Jesse Moses ; Bear ceremonialism in the eastern woodlands area / A. Irving Hallowell ; The bear and the baby ; A bear hunter who lost his nerve ; The bear hunt / Abraham Lincoln ; He run over the dog ; The big bear of Arkansas / Thomas Bangs Thorpe ; Nature myth in Faulkner's The bear / John Lydenberg ; Pride and humility: the cultural roots of Ike McCaslin / Francis Lee Utley -- Critical interpretations of The bear. The hero in the new world: William Faulkner's The bear / R.W.B. Lewis ; Ike McCaslin and the second fall of man / Lewis P. Simpson ; God's moral order and the problem of Ike's redemption / Olga W. Vickery ; Ike McCaslin, cop-out / David H. Stewart ; On method and theme in Faulkner / Malcolm Cowley ; Primitivism and The bear / Harry Modean Campbell and Ruel E. Foster -- The bear in relation to Go down, Moses. The unity of Go down, Moses / Michael Millgate ; Faulkner and the possibilities for heroism / Arthur F. Kinney ; Land ownership in Go down, Moses / Ursula Brumm -- Faulkner and the blacks. The American dream / William Faulkner ; A talk with William Faulkner / Russell Warren Howe ; The south in labor / William Faulkner ; Faulkner and desegregation / James Baldwin ; A letter to the leaders in the Negro race / William Faulkner ; Faulkner's fictional Negroes / Ralph Ellison ; William Faulkner and the southern Negro / Nancy M. Tischler ; Faulkner's Negroes / Robert Penn Warren ; William Faulker, James Baldwin, and the south / M.E. Bradford -- The relation of style and form to meaning in Faulkner's work. Faulkner's concepts of time / Frederick J. Hoffman ; Rhetoric in southern writing: Faulkner / William Van O'Connor ; Faulkner: the rhetoric and the agony / Alfred Kazin ; The function of form in The bear, section IV / William V. Nestrick ; The Saxon beauty and the three black bears / Martha Bennett Stiles -- The McCaslin genealogy / Dorothy Tuck ; The chronicle of Ike McCaslin / Thomas J. Wertenbaker, Jr.
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