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Volume XXX.1, Spring 2016

Volume XXX, Number 1

Spring 2016

Copyright 2018 by the University of Central Florida: ISSN 0884-2949

About the Cover

Detail from postcard, ca. 1910, edited by Cassie McDaniel of Jane & Jury. Completed in 1897, the year of William Faulkner’s birth, Grant’s Tomb drew over one million people for its dedication and remained a top tourist attraction in New York City throughout the first half of the twentieth century.

Table of Contents

  1. Introduction: Faulkner, New York by Robert Jackson3
  2. Faulkner and the Royal Air Force Canada, 1918 by Michael Zeitlin15
  3. Queer Formalism: Synesthetic Storytelling in Monique Truong and William Faulkner by Sara Gabler Thomas39
  4. The South Rises: Revenance, Region, and the Idea of Place in US Literary History by Peter Lurie63
  5. Forward Movement: William Faulkner’s “Letter to the North,” W. E. B. Du Bois’s Challenge, and The Reivers by Richard C. Moreland79
  6. Contributors105
  7. Text Abbreviations107

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