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William Faulkner
   wrote   
As I Lay Dying
"Stream of consciousness" style with 15 narrators in 59 chapters; about the wife of a poor farmer in Mississippi.
William Faulkner
   said   
"He Has Never Been Known to Use a Word That Might Send a Reader to the Dictionary."
About Ernest Hemingway, to which Hemingway replied "Poor Faulkner. Does he really think big emotions come from big words?"
1949
   the winner was   
William Faulkner
USA, 1897-1962; "for his powerful and artistically unique contribution to the modern American novel"
William Faulkner
   wrote   
The Reivers
Pulitizer Prize, 1963
A Fable
   was written by   
William Faulkner
1955
The Reivers
   was written by   
William Faulkner
1963
William Faulkner
   wrote   
The Sound and the Fury
William Faulkner
   has the middle name   
Cuthbert
Author
William Faulkner
   wrote   
Absalom, Absalom!
1936
William Faulkner
   wrote   
Go Down, Moses
William Faulkner
   wrote   
Sanctuary
William Faulkner
   wrote   
The Mansion
William Faulkner
   wrote   
The Hamlet
William Faulkner
   created the character   
Jason Compson III
The Sound and the Fury
William Faulkner
   created the character   
Addie Bundren
As I Lay Dying
William Faulkner
   created the character   
Lena Grove
Light in August
William Faulkner
   created the character   
Boon Hoggenbeck
The Reivers
William Faulkner
   wrote   
A Rose for Emily
William Faulkner
   wrote   
Dry September
Absalom, Absalom! by William Faulkner
   was titled from the literary source   
2 Samuel 19:4
As I Lay Dying by William Faulkner
   was titled from the literary source   
The Odyssey
Homer
If I Forget Thee Jerusalem by William Faulkner
   was titled from the literary source   
Psalms 137:5
Shall Not Perish by William Faulkner
   was titled from the literary source   
Gettysburg Address
Abraham Lincoln
The Sound and the Fury by William Faulkner
   was titled from the literary source   
Macbeth
William Shakespeare
William Faulkner
   created the character   
Thomas Sutpen
Absalom, Absalom!, 1936
William Faulkner
   created the character   
Will Varner
The Hamlet, 1940
William Faulkner
   created the character   
Joe Christmas
Light in August, 1932
William Faulkner
   created the character   
Mink Snopes
The Mansion, 1959
William Faulkner
   created the character   
Lucius Priest
The Reivers, 1962
William Faulkner
   created the character   
Popeye
Sanctuary,1931
William Faulkner
   created the character   
Horace Benbow
Sanctuary
Yoknapatawpha County
   was created by   
William Faulkner
Home county of Addie and Anse Bundren, from "As I Lay Dying", 1930
Old Frenchman's Place
   was created by   
William Faulkner
Abandoned plantation house in "Sanctuary", 1931
Sartoris Plantation
   was created by   
William Faulkner
Farm at the outskirts of Jefferson, from "Sanctuary"
Winton Flyer
   was created by   
William Faulkner
Automobile in "The Reivers", 1962
Hellcreek Bottom
   was created by   
William Faulkner
Stream that is a formidable obstacle on the travelers' journey, in "The Reivers"
Miss Reba's House
   was created by   
William Faulkner
Memphis brothel in "The Reivers"
Compson Home
   was created by   
William Faulkner
"The Sound and the Fury", 1929
William Faulkner
   wrote   
A Courtship
1949; The Sewanee Review
William Faulkner
   wrote   
Barn Burning
1939; Harper's Magazine
William Faulkner
   is buried in   
Oxford Memorial Cemetery, MS, USA
Author, d. 1962; Oxford, Mississippi
William Faulkner
   said   
"A Writer Needs Three Things, Experience, Observation, and Imagination, Any Two of Which, at Times Any One of Which, Can Supply the Lack of the Others"
American novelist and short-story writer
William Faulkner
   said   
"The Tools I Need for My Work Are Paper, Tobacco, Food, and a Little Whiskey"
American novelist and short-story writer






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