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William Faulkner: Toward Yoknapatawpha and
Faulkners Apocrypha: A Fable, Snopes,
and the Spirit of Human Rebellion
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Brooks, Cleanth. “Man’s
Fate and Man’s Hope (A Fable).” William
Faulkner: Toward Yoknapatawpha and Beyond. Baton Rouge:
Louisiana State UP, 1978.
Nancy. Annotations to William Faulkner’s A Fable.
William Faulkner, Annotations
to the Novels Series. New York: Garland, 1989.
Matthews, Bobby Lynn. “Faulkner, Truth,
and the Artist’s Directive: A Reading of A Fable.”
DAI 52.9 (March 1992): 3284A.
Polk, Noel. “Polysyllabic and Verbless
Patriotic Nonsense’: Faulkner at Midcentury—His and
Ours.” Faulkner and Ideology. Faulkner and Yoknapatawpha
1992. Eds. Donald M. Kartiganer and Ann J. Abadie. Jackson: UP of
Mississippi, 1995. 297-328.
Prampolini, Gaetano. “Le traduzioni di The
Mansion e A Fable.” Le traduzioni italiane di William
Faulkner. Ed. Sergio Perosa. Venice, Italy: Istituto Veneto
di Scienze, Lettere ed Arti, 1998. 141-55.
Urgo, Joseph R. “Conceiving the Enemy: The
Rituals of War in Faulkners A Fable.” Faulkner
Studies 1. 2 (September 1992): 1-19
Apocrypha: A Fable, Snopes, and the Spirit of Human Rebellion.
Jackson: UP Mississippi, 1989.
Wadlington, Warwick. “Doing What Comes Culturally:
Collective Action and the Discourse of Belief in Faulkner and Nathanael
West.” Faulkner, His Contemporaries, and His Posterity.
Ed. Waldemar Zacharasiewicz. Tubingen: Francke, 1993. 245-52.
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