William Faulkner of Oxford. Edited by James W. Webb and A. Wigfall Green.

; Green, A. Wigfall (Adwin Wigfall), 1900-1966, editor
[Baton Rouge] Louisiana State University Press [1965] .

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Other Authors Green, A. Wigfall 1900-1966,
Subjects Faulkner William.
Faulkner, William <1897-1962> - Critique et interpreĢtation.
Faulkner, William, (1897-1962) -- Critique et interpreĢtation.
Faulkner, William, 1897-1962 -- Homes and haunts -- Mississippi -- Oxford.
Faulkner, William, 1897-1962.
Faulkner, William.
Intellectual life.
Mississippi -- Intellectual life -- 20th century.
Mississippi -- Oxford.
Novelists, American -- 20th century -- Biography.
Novelists, American.
Oxford (Miss.) -- Biography.
Description xi, 231 pages illustrations, facsimiles, portraits 24 cm
Copyright Date [1965]
Summary Forty people who knew Faulkner -- and who knew him on his home ground -- attempt to explain what kind of man he was. More than a collection of personal reminiscences, this is a visit to the small-town world in which the writer lived and which he wove into the fabric of that larger world-- Jefferson, Yoknapathwpha.
Contents The man and the land / Phil Stone -- The wonderful mornings of our youth / Murry C. Falkner -- A love of drawing / Robbie Eades -- William and his grandmother / Rose Rowland -- Railroad days / John Ralph Markette -- Never the ordinary genius / John E. Fontaine -- An old friend remembers fondly / Maud Morrow Brown -- Billy Faulkner, my boyhood friend / Calvin S. Brown, Jr. -- Recollections of William Faulkner and the bunch / Edith Brown Douds -- The awesome postmaster / Ben Gray Lumpkin -- No beck and call for Bill / George W. Healy, Jr. -- Mr. Burleson, the bold mouse / Thomas Alton Bickerstaff -- He just wanted to be old Bill / Claude Maxwell Smith -- The greenskeeper / Thomas D. Clark -- Our cotehouse / William Evans Stone, V -- Halloweens at Rowan Oak / John Reed Holley -- Hometown actor / J.W. Harmon -- Some arts of self-depense / Emily Whitehurst Stone -- A front steps interview / Louis Cochran -- Many faces, many moods / J.R. Cofield -- The crusader / Tom S. Hines, Jr. -- Mr. Faulkner sees a cub / Harold Burson -- Hunt breakfast, Faulkner style / Maggie Brown -- He nodded or spoke / Cecil Hull -- Swing low for sweet Callie / Clifton Bondurant Webb -- First lectures at a university / A. Wigfall Green -- A late dinner with the Faulkners / Mary Betsy Waddle -- William stocks his farm -- Mrs. Guy B. Taylor, Sr. -- From playmate to maid / Marybec Miller Shaw -- Food for friends / Dorothy Roane Williams -- A soft touch, a great heart / Bramlett Roberts -- A true-blue hunter / Jerrold Brite -- The fame and the publicity / Phillip E. Mullen -- So I could ride along with him / Earl Wortham -- A gentleman of the first order / Felix Linder -- Captain Ahab and the sloop / Howard Duvall, Jr. -- Four decades of friendship / W. McNeill Reed -- A day at the lake / J. Aubrey Seay -- Sitting for a portrait / Murray Lloyd Goldsborough -- William Faulkner comes home / James W. Webb -- The people on the square / John Faulkner.
Genre Biography.
Geographic Area Mississippi
Network Numbers (OCoLC)272833
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