- The Washington TimesJul 24 01:54 AM
OXFORD, Miss. (AP) - More than 50 years after William Faulkner's last book, educators are creating an online database of his books and short stories, featuring maps, characters and other information that can be accessed online by scholars and the public. They're calling it Digital Yoknapatawpha, a play on Faulkner's ...
- The Washington TimesJul 24 01:53 AM
OXFORD, Miss. (AP) - Dianne Fergusson, a former English teacher who describes herself as "an absolute Faulkner freak," has been reading the work of Nobel Prize-winner William Faulkner all of her life. Six years ago, she retired and moved to Oxford to be closer to her daughter, but also liked ...
- 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....
- Panay News PhilippinesJul 12 01:39 PM
JULIA CARREON-LAGOC MARK Twain was dubbed the “Father of American Literature,” no less than by William Faulkner, himself a Nobel Laureate in Literature. For his renowned prowess in the literary world, a visit to THE MARK TWAIN HOUSE in Connecticut was a must. I got for souvenir A Book of Quotations, a collection of Mark ...
- WCBI ColumbusJul 23 11:19 AM
NEW ALBANY, MS – Festival organizers are hoping to improve upon the success of last year’s Tallahatchie Riverfest, New Albany’s signature fall festival which generally falls on the last weekend of September each year.
- Washington PostJul 27 09:05 PM
The National Endowment for the Humanities awarded grants to 36 scholars to encourage books for a general audience.
- NBC Sports: ProFootballTalkJul 09 08:27 AM
Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski has a book called It’s Good to Be Gronk coming out next week and a look at some excerpts from the tome confirms that Gronk isn’t diving into the William Faulkner side of the literary pool. Not that anyone would want him to, of course. If you’re reading a book…
- NBC NEWSJul 25 04:45 AM
On a piece of parchment hundreds of years old, the words of an ancient Greek text stand out in deep black - but look closely, and you see more words,
- Los Angeles TimesJul 25 01:17 PM
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- Time MagazineJul 23 08:07 AM
Plan a literary pilgrimage with this guide to storied travel destinations around the world
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