Posts Tagged: Faulkner
When Faulkner addressed English classes at the University of Mississippi in 1947, he offered some interesting advice (there is always time for writing, it’s not good to wait when feeling inspired, the peak age for fiction writing is 35-45, etc.). Supplementing his literary guidance was some personal history and sharp opinions (he wrote Sanctuary because he needed money, prefers Florida to Hollywood, women and rich people have optimal conditions for getting reading done)....more
The Literary Saloon takes on the NYTBR for its lack of reviews of works in translation.
“William Faulkner: Every time a sentence goes on for more than a page, drink the entire bottle....more
Evidently there is some sort of sporting event going on right now. Here are some commemorative stamps.
The prehistoric, possibly dinosaur eating, armored devil toad....more