William Faulkner /

"When William Faulkner received the nobel Prize in Literature in 1949, he completed an emergence from comparative obscurity that had begun three years before. Since then, Faulkner has achieved the status of a world author. his works have been painstakingly."-- Provided by publisher.

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Other Authors: Artuso, Kathryn Stelmach, (Editor)
Format: Book
Language:English
Published:Ipswich, Massachusetts : Salem Press, A division of EBSCO Publishing, [2013]
Series:Critical insights.
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Summary:"When William Faulkner received the nobel Prize in Literature in 1949, he completed an emergence from comparative obscurity that had begun three years before. Since then, Faulkner has achieved the status of a world author. his works have been painstakingly."-- Provided by publisher.

When William Faulkner received the nobel Prize in Literature in 1949, he completed an emergence from comparative obscurity that had begun three years before. Since then, Faulkner has achieved the status of a world author. his works have been painstakingly translated into many languages, and perhaps more critical books and articles have been written about him in the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries than about any other writer with the exception of William Shakespeare. Faulkner's achievement has been compared favorably with the achievements of henry James, honor de Balzac, and Charles Dickens; many critics regard him as the preeminent novelist of the twentieth century

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Physical Description:x, 298 pages ; 24 cm.
Bibliography:Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN:9781429838283 (hardcover)
1429838280 (hardcover)
Author Notes:

Kathryn Stelmach Artuso is Assistant Professor of English at Westmont College, USA.

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