New Essays On Light In August

Author: Michael Millgate
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521313322
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Each contributor has had a double ambition: to write clearly and directly, thus making the volume accessible to the widest possible audience, and to write freshly and originally, so as to enhance - even for those thoroughly familiar with ...

Sixteen Modern American Authors

Author: Jackson R. Bryer
Publisher: Durham [N.C.] : Duke University Press
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Jackson W. Heimer's "Faulkner's Misogynous Novel: Light in August" (BSUF,
Summer 1973) broaches an important topic, but in a reductive and unconvincing
way. 1980-1988. Two recent anthologies of criticism help establish the important
problems now facing students of Light in August. Francois Pitavy has edited and
introduced the Garland Critical Casebook, William Faulkner's "Light in August" (
New York, 1982), and Michael Millgate has edited and introduced New Essays
on ...

Critical Companion To William Faulkner

Author: A. Nicholas Fargnoli
Publisher: Infobase Publishing
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Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1987. ———. “Light in August.”
In William Faulkner: First Encounters, 160–191. New Haven, Conn.: Yale
University Press, 1983. Howe, Irving. “Light in August.” In William Faulkner: A
Critical Study, 200–214. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1957. Kazin,
Alfred. “The Stillness of Light in August.” In Faulkner: A Collection of Critical
Essays, edited by Robert Penn Warren, 147–162. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.:
Prentice Hall, 1966. Longly ...

Student Companion To William Faulkner

Author: John Dennis Anderson
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780313334399
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Bleikasten, André. “Light in August: The Closed Society and Its Subjects.” In
Millgate New Essays 81–102. Collins, R. G. “Light in August: Faulkner's Stained
Glass Triptych.” Mosaic 7 (Fall 1973): 97–157. Cottrell, Beekman W. “Christian
Symbols in Light in August.” Modern Fiction Studies 2 (Winter 1956): 207–13.
Godden, Richard. “'Call Me Nigger!': Race and Speech in Faulkner's Light in
August.” American Studies 14 (1980): 235–48. Gold, Joseph. “The Two Worlds of
Light in August ...

A William Faulkner Encyclopedia

Author: Robert W. Hamblin
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780313298516
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Light in August: A Study in Black and White. New York: Twayne, 1992. Bloom,
Harold, ed. Modern Critical Interpretations of William Faulkner's Light in August.
New York: Chelsea, 1988. Hlavsa, Virginia V. James. Faulkner and the
Thoroughly Modern Novel. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1991.
Millgate, Michael, ed. New Essays on Light in August. Cambridge: Cambridge
University Press, 1987. Pitavy, Francois L. Faulkner's Light in August. Rev. ed.
Bloomington: Indiana ...

Ordered By Words

Author: Judith Lockyer
Publisher: SIU Press
ISBN: 9780809317028
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Myra Jehlen, Class and Character, 87-96. 13. Andre Bleikasten's essay on the
novel as a closed system provides a superb delineation of that system, or
community, as a reflection of white, male standards against which females and
blacks necessarily must be viewed with suspicion. Noting their otherness in this
novel, he argues convincingly that the other is turned into a figure of menace.
See "Light in August: The Closed Society and Its Subjects" in New Essays on
Light in August, ed.

Faulkner S Artistic Vision

Author: Ryūichi Yamaguchi
Publisher: Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press
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For Light in August as characteristically Faulknerian, see Brooks,
Yoknapatawpha Country, 47—49, and Millgate, introduction to New Essays, 12,
14. Millgate, 4-5, also discusses similarities between Light in August and
Sanctuary, while Brylowski, Olympian Laugh, 91-117, discusses the two novels in
the same chapter. For the formal similarities between Light in August and The
Wild Palms, see Millgate, "Not an Anecdote," 50; for a comparison with Flags in
the Dust, 33-34. Wittenberg ...

Listening To Silences New Essays In Feminist Criticism

Author: Elaine Hedges Professor of English and Director of Women's Studies Towson State University
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
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Strategies in Absalom, Absalom!" in Faulkner's Discourse, ed. Lothar
Honnighausen (Berlin: Niemeyer Veriag, 1989), "Faulkner and Women Writers,"
in Faulkner and Women, eds. Doreen Fowler and Ann J. Abadie (Jackson:
University Press of Mississippi, 1987), "Women in Light in August," in New
Essays on Light in August, ed. Michael Millgate (Cambridge: Cambridge
University Press, 1987), "The Art of Ending," in New Directions in Faulkner
Studies, eds. Doreen Fowler and Ann J.

American Fiction Between The Wars

Author: Harold Bloom
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ISBN: 1438114893
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For the formal similarities between Light in August and The Wild Palms, see
Millgate, “Not an Anecdote,” 50; for a comparison with Flags in the Dust, 33–34.
Wittenberg, Transfiguration, 117, calls Light in August “a 'companion work' to As I
Lay Dying.” 2. For the relative conventionality of the narrative technique of Light
in August, see Millgate, introduction to New Essays, 5; Millgate, Achievement,
124; and Vickery, Novels, 66. Reed, “Light in August, 70–71, discusses technical
reasons ...

New Essays On The Sound And The Fury

Author: Noel Polk
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521457347
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New. Essays. on. Light. in. August. Edited by MlCHAEL MlLLGATE Light in
August (1932) is one of William Faulkner's most important, most challenging, and
most widely studied novels, demanding to be approached from many angles and
with a variety of critical and scholarly skills. Here five distinguished critics offer
just such a range of approaches, discussing the novel in terms of its composition
and its place in Faulkner's oeuvre; its structure and narrative techniques; its
relation to the ...