Obscurity's myriad components : the theory and practice of William Faulkner

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    • Rio-Jelliffe, R.

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Obscurity's myriad components : the theory and practice of William Faulkner

R. Rio-Jelliffe

Bucknell University Press , Associated University Presses, c2001

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Includes bibliographical references (p. 178-192) and index

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William Faulkner wrote no "defense" of his art, but he discoursed extensively on narrative language and form in interviews, dialogues, letters, and other nonficton materials. On close study, these seemingly incoherent materials yield a set of congruent ideas founded on Faulkner's view of language, a potent but duplicitous medium that word-translating form must overcome. The emergence of Faulkner's theory of language and narrative casts new light on the nature and significance of his thought and art.

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