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William Faulkner

1948 Nobel Prize Literature Winner
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1949 Nobel Prize Literature Winner William Faulkner News

On Cooking Southern: Attack of the Haunted Hens
HottyToddy.com
This year's “Spirits of Yoknapatawpha” brings a new twist to the theme in homage to the fictional county immortalized by Oxford's favorite literary son, William Faulkner. Ten local thespians will bring to life characters from the author's novels, short ...

1949 Nobel Prize Literature Winner William Faulkner News

'Ghost Brothers of Darkland County' coming to DPAC
Durham Herald Sun
The play is “closely akin in subject matter to Tennessee Williams. It takes place in the South, the people are obtuse, hard to get along with. … We talked about Faulkner, Williams, Arthur Miller” and other writers. He and King “both have our own ...

1949 Nobel Prize Literature Winner William Faulkner News

Haunted Oxford Whispers to Noble, Ghostly Past
HottyToddy.com
Our city's history is visible even now from our Courthouse that survived the Civil War flames to William Faulkner's Rowan Oak surrounded by his beloved Bailey Woods that has seen the Chickasaws to the Lyceum with its bullet holes still present from the ...

1949 Nobel Prize Literature Winner William Faulkner News

MDOT Approves Faulkner Scenic Byway on Hwy. 30
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The Mississippi Department of Transportation has approved a portion of Mississippi Highway 30 to be named the William Faulkner Scenic Byway. The William Faulkner Scenic Byway label will apply to a stretch of Highway 30 from its intersection with County ...

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