- Author:William Faulkner
- Publisher:McGraw Hill Text; Fifth or Later Edition edition (February 1968)
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Light in August, Faulkner’s seventh novel, was first published October 6, 1932, by Harrison Smith and Robert Haas.
Light in August, Faulkner’s seventh novel, was first published October 6, 1932, by Harrison Smith and Robert Haas. William Faulkner, Light in August. Series: ) Thank you for reading books on BookFrom.
Vintage books a division of random house/new york. She had lived there eight years. 5. William Faulkner LIGHT IN AUGUST
Vintage books a division of random house/new york. 1. William Faulkner LIGHT IN AUGUST. Published in the United States by Random House, In. New York. before she opened the window for the first time. She had not opened it a dozen times hardly before she discovered that she should not have opened it at all.
A division of random house/new york. All rights reserved under International and Pan-American. Publication date was October 6, 1932.
Light in August is a 1932 novel by the Southern American author William Faulkner. It belongs to the Southern gothic and modernist literary genres. Set in the author's present day, the interwar period, the novel centers on two strangers who arrive at different times in Jefferson, Yoknapatawpha County, Mississippi, a fictional county based on Faulkner's home, Lafayette County, Mississippi
Light in August book. I could call it chutzpah.
Light in August book.
by William Faulkner One of the few of William Faulkner’s works to be set outside his fictional Yoknapatawpha County, Pylon, first published in 1935, takes place at an air show in a thinly disguised New Orleans named New Valois. An unnamed reporter for a local newspaper t. Writing Los Angeles: A Literary Anthology (Library of America).
It is the worldview that typifies William Faulkner at his finest and even though there are parts of the book that a bit overwritten and confusing, I still give it my highest recommendation and advise readers to not miss the experience of reading this fine author. 20 people found this helpful.
If it is good, you'll find out. If it's not, throw it out the window.
As I Lay Dying (1930). The last novel of Faulkner’s to be published before his death, The Reivers is a much more light-hearted affair than his earlier works
As I Lay Dying (1930). The fifty-nine chapters that comprise this self-proclaimed tour de force were written, according to the author himself, in four-hour bursts over the course of just six weeks. The last novel of Faulkner’s to be published before his death, The Reivers is a much more light-hearted affair than his earlier works. This comic coming-of-age story features an eleven-year-old protagonist reminiscent of Mark Twain‘s Huckleberry Finn, and two older companions, who together steal a car in Mississippi and embark on a picaresque road trip filled with misadventures which take them north, to Memphis.