1. Modern American Literature:
2. Social Perception
and Human Nature: William Faulkner.
3. Allusive Methods and Dramatic
Monologues in Realism: Ernest Hemingway:
History in American Fiction: Langston Hughes.
5. Textuality and
Reality: Wallace Stevens.
The 1950s Realist Consciousness: Bernard Malamud.
7. Realism, Objectivism,
and Visualization: E.E. Cummings.
8. Social Urges
in Mid-century America: Flannery O'Connor.
9. Black Mountain
Poetry: Charles Olson.
in America: Anne Sexton.
11. Beat Poetry:
12. New Social American
Drama: Edward Albee.
13. Post-Realism: Donald
Social Issues and in Recent American Poetry: Charles Bernstein.
|2. Southern Social History in William
- Texts: “That Evening Sun.”
Subjects of discussion to be presented in class:
- Faulkner’s Yoknapatawpha County.
- Characters and Cultural Patterns in Faulkner’s
- Narrators and Technique in Faulkner’s Texts.
- Southern Social Approaches in “That
All these bibliographical references can found at the
Universidad de La Laguna
- Bloom, Harold, ed. William Faulkner. New
York: Chelsea House, 1986.
- Cox, Leland H. William Faulkner: A Critical Collection.
Detroit: Gale Research, 1982.
- Kim, Heidi Kathleen. “The Foreigner in Yoknapatawpha:
Rethinking Race in Faulkner’s
Quarterly 90.2 3 (Spring 2011): 199 228.
- Lee, Robert A. William Faulkner: The Yoknapatawpha
Fiction. London:Vision, 1990.
- Minter, David. William Faulkner: His Life and
Work. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins UP,
- Parini, Jay. "Through Fire and Flood: Faulkner's
Best Fiction Emerged from His
Willingness to Face Crises." The American Scholar
79.1 (Winter 2010): 115 117.
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