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Ole Miss Juvenilia

(2018)
A collection of poems by

 
 
Faulkner's prolific publication history began at the age of 16 with poems and sketches for the Ole Miss campus newspaper, The Mississippian. The author continued to contribute to the publication throughout his student days at the university as well as after dropping out. These early works of poetry and prose reflect his gift for keen observations and the growing refinement of his voice as one of the greatest of America's Southern authors. Eighteen of Faulkner's elegant pen-and-ink drawings provide an atmospheric complement to the selections. An Introduction by noted Faulkner scholar Carvel Collins is also included.
Mississippi native William Faulkner (1897 - 1962) made his reputation with such psychologically intense and technically innovative novels as The Sound and the Fury, As I Lay Dying, and Light in August, and he received the 1949 Nobel Prize for Literature in addition to two Pulitzer Prizes. Faulkner is especially noted for the rich literary landscape he created in the fictional setting of Yoknapatawpha County, from which he drew characters, places, and themes that reappeared throughout his fiction.



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May 2018 : USA Paperback
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Title: Ole Miss Juvenilia (Dover Thrift Editions)
Author(s): William Faulkner
ISBN: 0-486-82243-5 / 978-0-486-82243-3 (USA edition)
Publisher: Dover Publications
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May 2018 : USA, Australia, Canada, UK Kindle edition
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Title: Ole Miss Juvenilia (Dover Thrift Editions)
Author(s): William Faulkner
Publisher: Dover Publications
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