Η Ομιλία του ΟΥΪΛΛΙΑΜ ΦΩΚΝΕΡ κατά την απονομή του βραβείου Νόμπελ
Προτεινόμενοι τόποι σχετικοί με τη ζωή και το έργο του ΟΥΪΛΛΙΑΜ ΦΩΚΝΕΡ
The Nobel Prize in Literature 1949William Faulkner"for his powerful and artistically unique contribution to the modern American novel"dedicated to promoting research, scholarship, and criticism of Faulkner's writings and their place in literature.Southeast Missouri State University's Center for Faulkner Studies web site enables access to a variety of Faulkner materials. You'll find details regarding the University's Faulkner manuscript collection, "The Brodsky Faulkner Collection," and the "Teaching Faulkner Newsletter."A rich resource for teachers, this guide offers an overview and discussion questions for three of Faulkner's most famous novels: "The Sound and the Fury," "As I Lay Dying," and "Absalom, Absalom!" A set of questions for comparing the three novels is also provided.This site houses Faulkner information ranging from details about fictional Yoknapatawpha County and real-world Oxford, Mississippi, to extended coverage of the Nobel laureate's literary works. Biographical material includes a chronology, FAQs, and a family tree.This transcript of Faulker's acceptance speech for the 1949 Nobel Prize is accompanied by an overview by Richard Ellmann that underscores the significance of the speech.