1 Social Perception
and Human Nature.
2. Allusive Methods and
3. Southern Social History.
4. Textuality and Social
5. The 1950s Consciousness in American Fiction.
6. Realism, Objectivism,
7. Social Urges and Spiritual
8. New Social Approach
in the 1950s American Poetry.
9. Confessionalism and
Society in America.
10. Beat Poetry.
11. New Social American Drama.
12. After the Beat Poetry: Some Social Concerns.
|3. Southern Social History: William
- Text: “A Rose for Emily.”
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 “A Rose for
All these bibliographical references can found at the
Universidad de La Laguna Central Library,
- 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
‘Global South’.”Philological 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, 1980.
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