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Collected Stories of William Faulkner

by Faulkner, William

Condition: Good/None

N .Y.: Random House, 1950. Second . Hardcover. Good/None. Minimal cover wear ,loose front hinge No other internal defects- Excellent reader - Attractive on shelf

William Cuthbert Faulkner was a Nobel Prize-winning American novelist and short story writer. He was also a published poet and an occasional screenwriter. His novel, The Collected Stories of William Faulkner, won the National Book Award in 1951. This collection contains 42 stories, some from an earlier collection, and others previously unpublished. There are Southern gothic tales, strings of short stories that take place during the Great War, stories that are post and ante-bellum stories of the South and even stories about aviators, and the homeless. This immense collection showcases his finest bodies of work and is a true exploration of the best American literature of the twentieth century. Among the 42 selections in this book are such classics as A Bear Hunt, A Rose for Emily, Two Soldiers, The Brooch, That Evening Sun, Barn Burning, Shall Not Perish, and Dry September. National Book Award for Fiction (1951)


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