Course syllabus. Schedule and general guidelines for participating in the course.
Twitter stream for the course. Contains reminders about upcoming events, links to content about related topics, and pointers to electronic copies of documents distributed in class. Don't want to sign up for Twitter? You can always come back here and check for updates.
GauchoSpace login portal. Readings marked
(GS) on the syllabus are available here.
The William Faulkner Society: information on Faulkner scholarship, calls for papers on Faulkner, and updates on other Faulkner-related events.
The Faulkner Journal is edited by some of the most prominent scholars working in Faulkner scholarship.
John Padgett's William Faulkner on the Web is the best glossary, character dictionary, set of maps and family trees, and references to other resrouces that's available online.
My own notes: These are often rather cursory, and we often wind up talking about other things when we all get into the same room; I prefer to let you pursue your own literary, theoretical, and practical interests when possible. These notes are just what I've prepped ahead of time.
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