William Faulkner

Harmon, Melissa Burdick
June 2000
Biography;Jun2000, Vol. 4 Issue 6, p96
Profiles the late Nobel Prize-winning novelist William Faulkner. Childhood background; Published works; Education; Major achievements.


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