Faulkner and the Native South

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  • Hardcover
  • 256 pages
  • Faulkner and the Native South
  • Jay Watson
  • 03 August 2017
  • 9781496818096

About the Author: Jay Watson

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Faulkner and the Native South Contributions By Eric Gary Anderson, Melanie R Anderson, Jodi A Byrd, Gina Caison, Robbie Ethridge, Patricia Galloway, LeAnne Howe, John Wharton Lowe, Katherine M B Osburn, Melanie Benson Taylor, Annette Trefzer, And Jay WatsonFrom New Insights Into The Chickasaw Sources And Far Reaching Implications Of Faulkner S Fictional Place Name Yoknapatawpha, To Discussions That Reveal The Potential For Indigenous Land , Family , And Story Based Methodologies To Deepen Understanding Of Faulkner S Fiction Including But Not Limited To The Novels And Stories He Devoted Explicitly To Native American Topics , The Eleven Essays Of This Volume Advance The Critical Analysis Of Faulkner S Native South And The Native South S Faulkner Critics Push Beyond Assessments Of The Historical Accuracy Of His Native Representations And The Colonial Hybridity Of His Indian Characters Essayists Turn Instead To Indigenous Intellectual Culture For New Models, Problems, And Questions To Bring To Faulkner Studies Along The Way, Readers Are Treated To Illuminating Comparisons Between Faulkner S Writings And The Work Of A Number Of Native American Authors, Filmmakers, Tribal Leaders, And Historical Figures.Faulkner And The Native South Brings Together Native And Non Native Scholars In A Stimulating And Often Surprising Critical Dialogue About The Indigenous Wellsprings Of Faulkner S Creative Energies And About Faulkner S Own Complicated Presence In Native American Literary History.

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