Incest in Faulkner : a metaphor for the fall.

The theme of incest pervades much of the work of William Faulkner. It appears in the early writing and the late, in the Yoknapatawpha books and those outside the cycle; it is found in a variety of different relationships and in all classes of people. The theme of incest in Faulkner, however, is deve...

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Main Author: Hall, Constance Hill
Other Authors: Archer, Stanley L. (degree committee member.), Bayliss, Garland E. (degree committee member.), Grabo, Norman S. (degree committee member.), Reynolds, Larry J. (degree committee member.)
Format: Thesis Book
Published: 1983.
Online Access:Link to ProQuest Copy
Link to OAKTrust copy

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