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The following books listed in this bibliography are available for purchase online, or you may use the ISBN to order it from your local bookstore:

Brooks, Cleanth

William Faulkner: The Yoknapatawpha Country

ISBN: 0807116017

Hinkle and McCoy

Reading Faulkner: The Unvanquished


ISBN: 0878057846


ISBN: 0878057854

Kartiganer and Abadie

Faulkner and Gender


ISBN: 0878059210


ISBN: 0878059229

Note: This listing is provided as a guide to locate scholarly print resources (typically books and articles) pertaining to Faulkner. Except in a few rare instances, these resources are not freely available on the Internet. Some resources may be available via subscription-based online databases, such as Ebscohost, JSTOR, Literature Online, Project MUSE, and netLibrary, to name just a few. Check with your local library for availability. Because they are protected by copyright, none of the bibliographical resources listed here are available online at this web site.

Berg, Allison. “The Great War and the War at Home: Gender Battles in Flags in the Dust and The Unvanquished.” Womens Studies-An Interdisciplinary Journal 22.4 (1993): 441-53.

Bradford, M. E. “And Wait For the Night: A Comment by Analogy.” John Williams Corrington: Southern Man of Letters. Ed. William Mills. Conway, AR: UCA, 19-25.

Brooks, Cleanth. “The Old Order (The Unvanquished).” William Faulkner: The Yoknapatawpha Country (1963). 75-99.

Clarke, Deborah. “Gender, War, and Cross-Dressing in The Unvanquished.” Faulkner and Gender. Faulkner and Yoknapatawpha 1994. Eds. Donald M. Kartiganer and Ann J. Abadie. Jackson: UP of Mississippi, 1996. 228-51.

Dwyer, June. “Feminization, Masculinization, and the Role of the Woman Patriot in The Unvanquished.Faulkner Journal 6.2 (Spring 1991): 55-64.

Gardner, Carolyn Patricia. “Comedy of Redemption in Three Southern Writers.” DAI 55.11 (1995): 3511A. Louisiana State U.

Gerlach, John. “Faulkner’s Unvanquished and Welty’s Golden Apples: The Boundaries of Story, Cycle, and Novel.” Short Story 2.2 (Winter-Spring 1992): 51-62

Hinkle, James C., and Robert McCoy. Reading Faulkner: The Unvanquished. Reading Faulkner Series. Jackson: UP of Mississippi, 1995.

Hoffman, Daniel. Faulkner’s Country Matters: Folklore and Fable in Yoknapatawpha. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State UP, 1989.

Kinney, Arthur F. Critical Essays on William Faulkner: The Sartoris Family. Critical Essays in American Literature Series. Boston: G.K. Hall, 1985.

Kotani, Koji. “Faulkner’s Method of Rewriting and Historical Consciousness: The Gun Motif in The Unvanquished.” Studies in Languages & Cultures 7 (1996): 1-11.

Luce, Dianne C. “John A Murrell and the Imaginations of Simms and Faulkner.”  William Gilmore Simms and the American Frontier. Eds. John Caldwell Guilds and Caroline Collins. Athens: U of Georgia P, 1997. 237-57.

Nicolaisen, Peter. “‘Because We Were Forever Free’: Slavery and Emancipation in The Unvanquished.” Faulkner Journal 10.2 ( 1995): 81-91.

Pitavy, Francois. “Jouer à Vicksburg ou l’aporie de la conscience sudiste: L’Ouverture des Invaincus.” Europe: Revue Littéraire Mensuelle 70. 753-754 (January-February 1992): 34-44. In French.

Roberts, Diane. “A Precarious Pedestal: The Confederate Woman in Faulkner’s Unvanquished.Journal of American Studies 26.2 (August 1992): 233-46.

Rogers, David. “Shaking Hands: Gestures Toward Race in William Faulkner’s The UnvanquishedThe Mississippi Quarterly 43.3 (Summer 1990): 335-48.

Ruzicka, William T. “The Unvanquished: ‘The Aura of Father’s Dream.’” Faulkner’s Fictive Architecture: The Meaning of Place in the Yoknapatawpha Novels. Studies in Modern Literature 67. Ann Arbor, Mich.: UMI, 1987.

Whissell, Cynthia M. “A Computer Program for the Objective Analysis of Style and Emotional Connotations of Prose: Hemingway, Galsworthy, and Faulkner Compared.” Perceptual and Motor Skills 79.2 (October 1994): 815-24.

Witt, Robert W. “On Faulkner and Verbena.” Southern Literary Journal 27.1 (Fall 1994): 73-84.

Yaeger, Patricia. “Faulkner’s ‘Greek Amphora Priestess’: Verbena and Violence in The Unvanquished.” Faulkner and Gender. Faulkner and Yoknapatawpha 1994. Eds. Donald M. Kartiganer and Ann J. Abadie. Jackson: UP of Mississippi, 1996. 197-227.

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