William Faulkner

Across the Creek: Faulkner Family Stories

Children of the Dark House: Text and Context in Faulkner

Conversations with William Faulkner

"A Cosmos of My Own": Faulkner and Yoknapatawtha, 1980

Count No 'Count: Flashbacks to Faulkner

The Dixie Limited: Writers on William Faulkner and His Influence

Faulkner and Film

Faulkner and Formalism: Returns of the Text

Faulkner and Gender

Faulkner and His Contemporaries

Faulkner and History

Faulkner and Humor

Faulkner and Idealism: Perspectives from Paris

Faulkner and Ideology

Faulkner and Material Culture

Faulkner and Mystery

Faulkner and Popular Culture

Faulkner and Postmodernism

Faulkner and Print Culture

Faulkner and Psychology

Faulkner and Race

Faulkner and Religion

Faulkner and the Artist

Faulkner and the Black Literatures of the Americas

Faulkner and the Craft of Fiction

Faulkner and the Ecology of the South

Faulkner and the Natural World

Faulkner and the Short Story

Faulkner and the Southern Renaissance

Faulkner and War

Faulkner and Welty and the Southern Literary Tradition

Faulkner and Whiteness

Faulkner and Women

Faulkner at 100: Retrospect and Prospect

A Faulkner Chronology

Faulkner in America

Faulkner on the Color Line: The Later Novels

Faulkner: A Biography

Faulkner: Masks and Metaphors

Faulkner's Geographies

Faulkner's Inheritance

Faulkner's Rowan Oak

Faulkner's Sexualities

Fifty Years after Faulkner

Global Faulkner

The Land of Rowan Oak: An Exploration of Faulkner's Natural World

Myself and the World: A Biography of William Faulkner

New Orleans Sketches

On William Faulkner

Reading Faulkner: Absalom, Absalom!

Reading Faulkner: Collected Stories

Reading Faulkner: Light in August

Reading Faulkner: Sanctuary

Reading Faulkner: The Sound and the Fury

Reading Faulkner: The Unvanquished

Robbing the Mother: Women in Faulkner

The South and Faulkner's Yoknapatawpha: The Actual and the Apocryphal

Unflinching Gaze: Morrison and Faulkner Re-Envisioned

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Diwali: Hindu Festival of Lights

The following is an excerpt from A YEAR IN MISSISSIPPI edited by Charline R. McCord and Judy H. Tucker Diwali: Hindu Festival of Lights Seetha Srinivasan In November 2003 President George W. Bush inaugurated the tradition of marking at the White House Diwali, the Hindu festival of lights, with the aim of respecting the faiths of all U.S. citizens while also acknowledging the

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