William faulkner

Delve into the captivating works of William Faulkner, a literary genius whose stories and characters continue to leave a lasting impact. Discover his influential novels and short stories that will transport you to a different era.
William Faulkner, author photo for “Sanctuary,” 1931. Photo by J. R. Cofield of Oxford, Mississippi. Writers And Poets, American Literature, Dry September, History Of Literature, William Faulkner, Writers Write, Book Writer, Famous Authors, Foto Vintage

William Faulkner, 1931

William Faulkner, age 33, modeling the open-collar look in this publicity shot for his novel “Sanctuary.” Photo by J. R. Cofield of Oxford, Mississippi. © The Cofield Collection. The Cofields were family friends, and photographed Faulkner over the years from 1930 to 1962. * “Man knows so little about his fellows. In his eyes all men or women act upon what he believes would motivate him if he were mad enough to do what that other man or woman is doing.” —“Light in August” (1932) * “William…

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Chris Hedges: Destroyers of US Democracy

With the U.S. midterm elections on Tuesday, Biden and other establishment politicians hope to paper over the rot and pain of the system they created with the same decorum they used to sell the country the con of neoliberalism. By Chris Hedges ScheerPost The bipartisan project of dismantl

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Key Writers: Photos of writers and their typewriters

Hunter S. Thompson at work in his ranch in Aspen, 1976 Since Mark Twain battered out the first typed manuscript in 1883, writers have had a love affair with their typewriters. To mark the end of the manufacture of these instruments for creativity, the Guardian published a fine selection of key writers at work on their typewriters. Patricia Highsmith at work in her home in Moncourt, near Fontainebleau, in 1976 J. G. Ballard at work in his home in Shepperton, 1989 Carson McCullers in 1961 John…