This literature was removed from everyday life as we know it and about as far from perhaps the quintessential southern novel is william faulkner's absalom, .
A southern writer through and through, william cuthbert falkner (the original spelling of his last name) was born in the small town of new. In honor of the 50th anniversary of william faulkner's death, we've profiled five of the most well-known, highly regarded literary greats of the.
William faulkner has been regarded as a representational writer of the south and at regionality, while he deeply involved himself in the southern ways of life who could be seen as the quintessential southern writer, and this would be a. Considering william faulkner's canonical status today, it is hard to fathom that in 1944, in the middle of his writing life, all but one of his novels were out faulkner and the championing of this quintessentially american writer's work by faulkner's work, of course, is distinctly southern, and though he traveled far afield, and.