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Faulkner at West Point Hardcover – March 12, 2002. I was a member of the West Point Class of 1962 when Mr Faulkner came to speak to the Corps of Cadets.
Faulkner at West Point Hardcover – March 12, 2002. This book, compiled by West Point faculty members, is a marvelous, annotated record of that visit, Faulkner’s reading to us from a then unpublished manuscript, and all the formal and informal dialogues that took place over a period of days. It's a treasure trove!
Faulkner at West Point book. Joseph L. Fant and Robert Ashley, now retired, were professors of English at the .
Faulkner at West Point book. This memorable book documents not only the collegial spirit of fellowship that Faulkner enjoyed while at the academy but also the great writer's thoughts and opinions expressed shortly before his death. William Faulkner, a Mississippian, was one of the most admired and renowned writers of the twentieth century.
Includes 15 black and white photographs.
Transcriptions of recordings of Faulkner's lectures and discussions during his visit at West Point Academy, one of his final public appearances. Includes 15 black and white photographs. A Near Fine book with date written in the corner on the free front endpaper in a beautiful very near Fine dustjacket with a faint stray mark on the front flap.
New York: Random House, 1964; Jackson, MS: University Press of Mississippi, 2002
New York: Random House, 1964; Jackson, MS: University Press of Mississippi, 2002. New York: Viking, 1966. New York: Random House, 1977. Jackson, MS: University Press of Mississippi, 1984.
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Included too are the interviews from Faulkner at West Point. Faulkner at West Point Joseph L Fant III and Robert Ashley. Taken together, this material provides a revealing and lively portrait of a Nobel Prize winner that many acclaim as the century's greatest writer.
The book generally regarded as Faulkner's masterpiece, The Sound and the Fury (1929), is a radical departure from conventional novelistic form
The Faulkner-Cowley File: Letters and Memories 1944-1962, with Malcolm Cowley. The book generally regarded as Faulkner's masterpiece, The Sound and the Fury (1929), is a radical departure from conventional novelistic form. It uses a ess method, rendering a different type of mentality in each of its four sections.
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College Algebra - Joseph Rosenbach (1949, Hardcover Dust Jacket) USMA WEST POINT. Faulkner at west point - joseph L.
Fant, Joseph . and Robert Ashley, eds. Faulkner at West Point. Jelliffe, Robert . ed. Faulkner at Nagano. Tokyo: Kenkyusha, 1956. William Faulkner: A to Z. New York: Checkmark Books, 2002. Reconstruction: 1863-1877, America’s Unfinished Revolution. New York: Random House, 1964. Gwynn, Frederick . and Joseph Blotner, eds. Faulkner in the University: Class Conferences at the University of Virginia, 1957-1958. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 1959. Inge, M. Thomas, ed. Conversations with William Faulkner. New York: Harper and Row, 1988.
Faulkner made his debut as a published writer at the age of 21 with the poem "L'Après-midi d'un Faune", which appeared in The New Republic on August 6, 1919.
The Nobel Prize-winning author William Faulkner (1897-1962) visited the United States Military Academy at West Point less than three months before his death in 1962. On the night of April 19 he read aloud episodes from his forthcoming novel The Reivers before an audience of cadets, faculty, and staff. After the reading he answered questions about his own work and about the art of writing. Later he met the press publicly and responded graciously to probing questions. The following morning he met with cadets in two advanced literature courses and discussed a wide range of subjects--his philosophy of life, his writings, his views on America.
All these sessions were tape recorded and photographed. Two members of the English department at West Point edited the transcriptions of the tapes for this volume. It is reprinted in this new edition in commemoration of Faulkner's sojourn to the academy forty years ago and of the academy's bicentennial.
Faulkner at West Point, first published in 1964, includes a new preface, an introduction, and reflections on the historic visit written by two graduates who were present as cadets during the Nobel writer's appearance.
All these materials, along with the original text, testify to the import of Faulkner's visit and, at times, to the curmudgeonly Faulkner's obliging good will in answering questions about himself and the writing process. This memorable book documents not only the collegial spirit of fellowship that Faulkner enjoyed while at the academy but also the great writer's thoughts and opinions expressed shortly before his death.
William Faulkner, a Mississippian, was one of the most admired and renowned writers of the twentieth century. Among his works are The Sound and the Fury, Light in August, Absalom, Absalom!, Sanctuary, and As I Lay Dying.
Joseph L. Fant and Robert Ashley, now retired, were professors of English at the U.S. Military Academy.