- Free TimesSep 01 09:18 PM
“The past is never dead,” William Faulkner wrote. “It’s not even past.” Two recent books — one a novel and the other nonfiction — suggest he got that right.
- Baltimore SunAug 09 03:53 AM
Novelist William Faulkner wrote, "The past is never dead. It isn't even past."
- DVD TalkAug 31 05:05 AM
Highly Recommended After watching Kino Lorber's new Blu-ray of The Reivers (1969), Mark Rydell's splendid film of William Faulkner's final novel, I thought I'd check out some reviews. I started reading one and, after a few paragraphs, realized that it was mine, one I'd written for the original DVD release some ten years ago. I'd forgotten that I had reviewed it, but pleased to see it pretty much...
- Mississippi Business JournalAug 10 07:03 AM
Errol Castens | Buy at photos.djournal.com The historic building that most recently housed the Freeland Law Firm and was once home to the practice of Phil Stone, William Faulkner’s attorney and friend, will be the new home of Visit Oxford.
- Brainerd DispatchAug 11 10:06 AM
Brainerd Dispatch CROSBY - Jack Hickerson, professor emeritus at Southwest Minnesota State University, will lead a discussion on William Faulkner's "The Bear" as part of Unlimited Learning's American Literature series from 1:30-3:30...
- The Sarasota Herald-TribuneSep 01 11:03 AM
Bradenton man has spent years trying to find the remains of Sgt. Bill Genaust, who filmed the famous flag-raising.
- The Charlotte PostAug 26 02:55 PM
That first year out of college proved…scary, amazing, exhausting. I could fill this entire paper with adjectives about those 365 days, but I’d rather be an Ernest Hemingway than a William Faulkner.
- CNNAug 23 06:04 PM
Chad Groeschen developed a dangerous bacterial infection in his left eye after sleeping in contact lenses.
- The Huffington PostAug 12 03:53 PM
Over the course of the past three-and-a-half decades the Republican far right has resembled the successive generations of William Faulkner's Yoknapatawpha County, offering up politicians who act more and more inbred over time. Their stunted thinking frequently makes sense only within their own circles; their words and actions can not only be incomprehensible to outsiders, but they often seem ...
- MacNNAug 04 09:39 AM
We're a completely Mac and iOS household but it's my husband William who is the techie one. Look left a bit and there's me. Hello. I just want to use the stuff without understanding the innards. So MacNN asked me for a non-geek review of Apple Music....
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