Blain, Virginia, Patricia Clements, and Isobel Grundy, editors. The Feminist Companion to Literature in English: Women Writers from the Middle Ages to the Present. Yale University Press; Batsford, 1990.
Standard Name: Faulkner, William
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|Friends, Associates||Eudora Welty|
|Intertextuality and Influence||Edna O'Brien||
Among American writers, female and male, O'Brien particularly admires William Faulkner , Carson McCullers , Flannery O'Connor , and Eudora Welty .
Guppy, Shusha, Margaret Atwood, and Margaret Atwood. “Edna O’Brien”. Women Writers at Work: The Paris Review Interviews, edited by George Plimpton and George Plimpton, Viking, 1989, pp. 337 - 59.
|Literary responses||Carson McCullers||
Among original reviewers, Richard Wright judged that McCullers had captured the bleak landscape of the American consciousness below the Mason-Dixon line in a manner more natural and authentic than that of Faulkner .
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|Literary responses||Ethel Wilson||
Feminist responses to EW 's work emerged in the 1970s. Maggie Lloyd Vardoe's decision to leave a loveless marriage and independently pursue a more fulfilling one was lauded as radical for its time. In the...
|Textual Features||Flannery O'Connor|
|Textual Production||Zoë Fairbairns||
The preface says that the volume does not pretend to offer answers or solutions. Nor does it attempt to promote a particular political position.
It includes a diverse array of writers including Alice Walker
Ebersole, Lucinda, and Richard Peabody. “Preface”. Coming to Terms: A Literary Response to Abortion, edited by Lucinda Ebersole and Richard Peabody, The New Press, 1994, p. xiii - xiv.
31 January 1929
William Faulkner issued Sartoris, the first of the novels which he set in the Yoknapatawpha County, a fictional area of Mississippi which became his trademark.
26 October 1936
William Faulkner published Absalom! Absalom!, the sixth of his series of novels set in the fictional Yoknapatawpha county, Mississippi, which had begun with Sartoris in 1929.
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4 June 1940