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William Faulkner's Characters

An Index to the Published and Unpublished Fiction, 1st Edition

By Thomas A. Dasher


448 pages

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Originally published in 1981. This index to characters and names in the published and unpublished fiction of William Faulkner is in two parts. The first, divided into novels, short stories, and unpublished fiction, lists the characters within each individual work. The second is an index of all named characters. Within each division of the first part of the index, works are listed alphabetically. The characters and names in each work are divided into fictional, unnamed, historical, Biblical and literary/mythic. The Master Index of named characters is a conflation of all the fictional characters as well as historical/Biblical/literary/mythic characters and names which appear in all the fiction. All characters are identified as clearly and succinctly as possible without interpretation of their roles.

Table of Contents

Introduction; Texts; Acknowledgments; Novels; Short Fiction; Unpublished Fiction; Title Index; Master Character Index

About the Series

Routledge Library Editions: The American Novel

The 16 volumes in this set, originally published between 1963 and 1996, explore the American Novel, with a focus on several of the most influential authors in U.S. history. The volumes examine the works of Mark Twain, Edgar Allan Poe, Emily Dickinson, William Faulkner and F. Scott Fitzgerald. The titles in this set also explore the recurring themes in American Literature, particularly that of the ‘American Dream’. This set will be of interest to students of Literature and American History.

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Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
LITERARY CRITICISM / American / General