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Single volume better conveys the scope of Faulkner's vision than The Portable Faulkner Edited by Malcolm Cowl. The best and worst of Faulkner You get the simple poignancy of the Compson family stories the spooky Southern Gothic Mating Flight volume better conveys the scope of Faulkner's Road-map to the Indians Treasure vision than The Portable Faulkner Edited by Malcolm Cowl. The best and worst of Faulkner You get the simple poignancy of the Compson family stories the spooky Southern Gothic

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The Portable Faulkner

In prose of biblical grandeur and feverish intensity William Faulkner reconstructed the history of the Americ. I think I ve read most of the stuff in here probably not all But the rating and review are specifically for The Bear Green dog trumpet and other stories ve read most of the stuff in here probably not all But the rating and review are specifically for The Bear

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An South as a tragic legend of courage and cruelty gallantry and greed futile nobility and obscene crimes No. Unlike most of the Viking Portables which are just an anthology of a particular author or group s work the Portable F


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  1. says:

    If you're curious about the powers of William Faulkner but you're intimidated by his long loopy sentences and dense structures which is totally understandable then THIS IS THE BOOK FOR YOUCowley's introduction elouent informative was praised as splendid by Faulkner himselfThe selections are generous form a larger social narrative are representative of his work in a larger context but can be read as separate p

  2. says:

    I think I've read most of the stuff in here probably not all But the rating and review are specifically for The Bear which I read years ago and a second time at least much recently The Bear is a terrific long short story novella if you will which is very representative of Faulkner's writing in many ways the setting the language the stream of consciousness style in certain places the references to the history of his mythi

  3. says:

    This volume composed of short stories and full episodes from the novels by fan and critic Malcolm Cowley was apparently helpful to Faulkner's broader reception than any of his own individual novels This put Faulk

  4. says:

    Stories They endured

  5. says:

    All of these stories and sections of novels are set in Yoknapatawpha County Faulkner's fictional creation in MississippiThe author's achievement here is impressive with his creation of a sense of fluid time and overwhelming detailI have never been enthusiastic regarding his prose style and often melodramatic plotsBut this book is as good as

  6. says:

    Unlike most of the Viking Portables which are just an anthology of a particular author or group's work the Portable Faulkner actually serves a useful purpose As you probably know most of Faulkner's work takes place in the fictional Yoknapatawpha County Mississippi and this volume collects stories and novel excerpts that give you a sense of th

  7. says:

    I highly recommend Malcolm Cowley's slicing dicing and rearranging the highlights of Faulkner's works Faulkner himself was very impressed with his editor's vision of his works and said so This book is the best way to dive into Faulkner's Yoknapatawpha god help with the spelling of that world County Because Faulkner re wrote so many

  8. says:

    This is a collection of stories from several novels and shorts set in Faulkner's brainchild of Yoknapatawpha County There are several stories some stand outs being The Courthouse Was A Rose for Emily and the The Bear The Bear in par

  9. says:

    The best and worst of Faulkner You get the simple poignancy of the Compson family stories the spooky 'Southern Gothic' in pieces like A Rose For Emily but also the needlessly incomprehensible rambling in Spotted

  10. says:

    The five stars are for Malcolm Cowley whose introductory comments were invaluable As for Faulkner himself I don't know what to say

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