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As I Lay Dying (Gioia 12th Grade): Library Books and Video Clips

Useful Books in MBA's Library

Doyle, D. H. (2001). Faulkner's County: the Historical Roots of YoknapatawphaChapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press. 

Singal, D. J. (1997). William Faulkner: the Making of a Modernist. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press. 

Stewart, G. G., & Faulkner, W. (2009). Yoknapatawpha, Images and Voices: a Photographic Study of Faulkner's County. Columbia: Univ. of South Carolina Press.



Sources for Literary Criticism

JSTOR Database Search: Academic Journals

Wiget Modified By: Matt Braun

JSTOR Articles

Cross, B. M. (1961). Apocalypse and Comedy in As I Lay Dying. Texas Studies 
     in Literature and Language3(2), 251-258.

Franklin, R. (1966). Animal Magnetism in "As I Lay Dying". American Quarterly
     18(1), 24-34.

Hale, D. H. (1989). "As I Lay Dying's" Heterogeneous Discourse. NOVEL: A 
     Forum on Fiction23(1), 5-23.

Kerr, E. M. (1962). "As I Lay Dying" as Ironic Quest. Wisconsin Studies in 
     Contemporary Literature3(1), 5-19.

Ross, S. M. (1979). "Voice" in Narrative Texts: The Example of As I Lay Dying. 
     PMLA94(2), 300-310.

Rossky, W. (1962). As I Lay Dying: The Insane World. Texas Studies in 
     Literature and Language4(1), 87-95.


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