Evans, Robert C.
January 1997
Short Fiction: A Critical Companion;1997, p27
Short Story Review
The article presents several articles and books that review the short story "Barn Burning," by William Faulkner. They include "Fathers and Sons: The Spiritual Quest in Faulkner's 'Barn Burning,'" by Oliver Billingslea in the 1991 issue of "Mississippi Quarterly," "Family and Community in Faulkner's 'Barn Burning,'" by M. E. Bradford in the 1981 issue of "Southern Review" and "William Faulkner's Short Stories," James B. Carothers.


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