In the annals of Southern writing, William Faulkner looms large. His presence can still be felt in Oxford, Mississippi, the place he called home for many years. This fine digital collection from the University of Mississippi brings together the Faulkner Newsletter & Yoknapatawpha Review, which were published quarterly from 1981 to 2001. These two publications published short articles and news items relating to the study of Faulkner's life and work, along with information about the activities of his friends and colleagues. These editions have been placed together in two volumes, and visitors can browse them at their leisure. Taken as a whole, these remarkable publications offer a multi-faceted look into how Faulkner's works have been viewed since his passing. Scholars of literary criticism and related fields will find that these documents are invaluable, and they can also be used by educators in the classroom.


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