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  William Faulkner & Willa Cather
.... to the influx of immigrants as such, there is nevertheless a sense of the disruption and indeed disappearance of a familiar way of life. Faulkner gives Jason ....
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Addie in William Faulkner's As I Lay Dying
Addie, in William Faulkner's As I Lay Dying, is shown to be a hardened, hard-working, unloving woman, wife and mother who sees life as a matter of fulfilling a ....
(2043 8 )

William Faulkner
.... Faulkner's early life was spent almost entirely in the South. He was married in 1929 and began to slowly earn his way as a writer. ....
(1853 7 )

Addie's in Faulkner's As I Lay Dying
.... in her children, and yet increases her determination not to show her love for them or for life. The style of thought given Addie by Faulkner reflects perfectly ....
(1768 7 )

Faulkner
.... Faulkner's life was spent peopled with the characters in his stories and he lived in places very similar to his fictional Yoknapatawpha County meant to ....
(941 4 )

William Faulkner
.... way once the townspeople learn the truth, but in both cases it is the past that determines Emily's course for the rest of her life. Faulkner writes here about ....
(1525 6 )

As I Lay Dying
.... While women such as Cora Tull accepted and embraced a woman's roles in life (Faulkner, 1990, p. 166), Addie Bundren struggled against these social expectations ....
(1080 4 )

William Faulkner & Charlotte Perkins Gilman
.... attention for a fallen monument,o but in life she was a ôtradition, a duty, and a care; a sort of hereditary obligation upon the town,o (Faulkner 1934, 119). ....
(2113 8 )

Faulkner & A Rose for Miss Emily
.... "The Life and Works of William Faulkner." Nobel Prize Library: Faulkner, O'Neill, Steinbeck. New York: Alexis Gregory, Helvetica P, 1971. Brooks, Cleanth. ....
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Faulkner's Treatment of Past and Present
.... Darl is the only character with an awareness of this and other facts about life, and he ends up in an asylum, showing Faulkner's pessimistic view of the family ....
(2079 8 )

Faulkner's "Barn Burning"
.... study of a boy with an antisocial father who acts to uphold a more stable way of life. In "Barn Burning," a short story by William Faulkner, the author ....
(1673 7 )

William Faulkner's short novel The Bear
.... heavy hand of the past has a hold on the present in Faulkner's stories, including The Bear, a story in which traditions and contemporary life intermix during ....
(2326 9 )

Plot of Faulkner's "Delta Autumn"
.... don't remember anything you ever knew or felt or even heard about love?" (Faulkner 660 .... Yet here is this young woman reminding him that the point of life is love ....
(2416 10 )

The Nature of Love: Faulkner and Hemingway
.... be expected too, as if that quality of her father which had thwarted her womanÆs life so many times had been too virulent and too furious to dieo (Faulkner 626 ....
(1597 6 )

Early Works of Faulkner
.... That this condition would persist into modern times in America was a fear Faulkner voiced throughout his mature life, both in fiction and in public statements ....
(2196 9 )

Faulkner and Chekhov
FAULKNER & CHEKHOV Love In Faulkner's A Rose for Emily and Chekhov's The Lady With .... love turns to obsession for him "she...now filled his whole life, she was ....
(882 4 )

Family Conflict in Faulkner and Cather
.... This heightens the impact of what Alfred Kazin refers to as "Faulkner's fundamental image life as a perpetual breaking down." He continues, In Benjy's mind ....
(8070 32 )

A Rose for Emily William Faulkner's short story
.... According to John B. Cullen, one of Faulkner's neighbors, "A Rose for Emily" was created .... She was unable to believe that she could have a happy life without a ....
(1288 5 )

William Faulkner's "That Evening Sun"
.... a sit moves from topic to topic, shifting in time as it does, but which is coherent around the image of Nancy and her life. .... Work Cited Faulkner, William. ....
(1751 7 )

Sound & The Fury and My Antonia
.... to the influx of immigrants as such, there is nevertheless a sense of the disruption and indeed disappearance of a familiar way of life. Faulkner gives Jason ....
(4572 18 )

Faulkner Sound and the Fury
.... with itself, a condition Faulkner argues many overlook in his speech excerpt above, that he commits suicide. There are three kinds of struggles in life. ....
(1125 5 )

Scientific Paradigm in Literature
.... to minimalism in the work of Joyce, Pynchon, Faulkner, and others; and Faulkner's conclusion in 1950 that the central fact of modern [scientific] life is death ....
(3793 15 )

Adolescence and Diabetes
.... Quality of Life Faulkner (2003) investigated the quality of life for adolescents with type 1 diabetes and compared findings with healthy peers. ....
(6140 25 )

Families in Two Works
.... Darl is the only character with an awareness of this and other facts about life, and he ends up in an asylum, showing Faulkner's pessimistic view of the family ....
(1079 4 )

Dysfunctional Families in Literature
.... Darl is the only character with an awareness of this and other facts about life, and he ends up in an asylum, showing Faulkner's pessimistic view of the family ....
(1079 4 )

Perennial Prisoner
.... 489). From this point on, Miss Emily rejects life, ôFrom that time on her front door remained closedo (Faulkner, 1930, p. 489). ....
(765 3 )

As I Lay Dying
.... Now I am something in your secret and selfish life, who have marked your blood with my own for ever and ever (Faulkner 170). When ....
(1649 7 )

Dos Muertes en una Vida If, as the European papers noted
.... Valverde is also less pessimistic than Faulkner about the connection between the decline of human decency amid the mutability of contemporary life, and because ....
(1637 7 )

Mollie Beauchamp
.... So as not to forget the abuses of the past, Benjamin being "sold" into slavery, Mollie wants all of Benjamin's life exposed (Faulkner 380). ....
(1245 5 )

Comparison of Sound & the Fury & Invisible Man
.... One striking point of comparison involves the final narrative in Faulkner and its association with the focus on black American life in Ellison. ....
(2126 9 )

 
 
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