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Light in August (The Corrected Text) (Paperback)

by William Faulkner

The Ultimate Literary Cage Match: Hemingway vs. Faulkner vs. Trump 3

Trump on Love: "There’s nothing more terrible than an ex-spouse with a ten-ton axe to grind, and no agreement on how your common property is to be divided."

A Blacker Shade of Pale: On Mat Johnson’s 'Loving Day' 1

Loving Day is an entry in a small but vital subgenre: the Comic Mulatto Novel.

Getting Meta about Mules: Faulkner and the Fine Art of Slowing Down 1

The Reivers is a thematic wolf in sheep’s clothing, and remains one of the weightiest road-trip novels ever written.

August Books: A Reading List for the Month of Idleness 1

Put your idleness, if you're fortunate enough to have some, to good use with these suggested August readings.

A Year in Reading: Michael Robbins 3

I’d place it above every American novel except Moby-Dick, Light in August, and Absalom, Absalom!

A Year in Reading: Michael Nye 1

I invariably swerve away from my preconceived notion of 'What I Should Read' for 'Hey, This Looks Good.'

Uniformity and Blandness: Designing the Body of Work 6

A Year in Reading: Christopher Sorrentino 0

Ask a Book Question: the Twentieth in a Series (A Guide to Yoknapatawpha County) 0