William Faulkner


General Studies

ALLEN, Dennis W. “Horror and Perverse Delight: Faulkner’s ‘A Rose for Emily.’” Modern Fiction Studies 30 (1984): 685-696. [GGII: 1061].
BEUTEL, Katherine Piller. “Disembodied and Re-Embodied Voices: The Figure of Echo in American Gothic Texts.” Dissertation Abstracts International 54.11 (1994) 4090A.
BLEIKASTEN, André. “Terror and Nausea: Bodies in Sanctuary.” Faulkner Journal 1 (1985): 17-29. [GGII: 1062].
BRADY, Ruth A.H.H. “The Reality of Gothic Terror in Faulkner.” Dissertation Abstracts International [GGI: 1787].
BURNS, Margie. “A Good Rose Is Hard to Find: ‘Southern Gothic’ as Social Dislocation in Faulkner and O’Connor.” Works and Days: Essays in the Socio-Historical Dimensions of literature and the Arts 6 (1988): 185-201. [GGII: 1063].
CARRIGAN, Henry L., Jr. "Revealing Faulkner: Religious Fall in the Sound and the Fury." Ed. Jay Ellis.Salem, 2013. 93-111. 
COSS, David L. "Sutpen's Sentient House." Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts 15 (2005): 101-18. [GGIV: 0000]
DONALDSON, Susan V. “Making a Spectacle: Faulkner and Southern Gothic.” Mississippi Quarterly 50 (1997): 567-84. [GGIII: 4248]
DONALDSON, Susan V. “Faulkner's Versions of Pastoral, Gothic, and the Sublime.” A Companion to William Faulkner. Ed. Richard C. Moreland. Malden, MA: Blackwell, 2007. 359-372.
EMERY, Michael James. “U.S. Horror: Gothicism in the Works of William Faulkner, Thomas Pyncheon, and Stanley Kubrick.” Dissertation Abstracts International 50 (1990): 3227A (SUNY-Binghampton). [GGII: 1064].
FRAZER, David. “Gothicism in Sanctuary: The Black Pall and the Crap Table.” Modern Fiction Studies 2 (1956): 114-124. [GGI: 1788].
FRAZIER, David L. "Gothicism in Sanctuary: The Black Pall and the Crap Table." Ed. John N. Duvall.Johns Hopkins UP, 2010. 324-335. 
GOLDSTEIN, Philip. "Black Feminism and the Canon: Faulkner's Absalom, Absalom! and Toni Morrison's Beloved as Gothic Romances." Faulkner Journal 20.1-2 (2004): 133-47.
HELLER, Terry. “Mirror Worlds and the Gothic in Faulkner’s Sanctuary.” Mississippi Quarterly 42 (1989): 247-259. [GGII: 1066]
HELLER, Terry. “Terror and Empathy in Faulkner’s Sanctuary.” Arizona Quarterly 40 (1984): 344-364. [GGII: 1065].
JACKSON, Chuck. "American Emergencies: Whiteness, the National Guard, and Light in August." Ed. Jay Watson.UP of Mississippi, 2011. 189-205.
JARRAWAY, David R. “The Gothic Import of Faulkner’s ‘’black Son’ in Light in August.” The American Gothic: New Interventions in a National Narrative, eds. R.K. Martin and Eric Savoy. Iowa City: University Iowa Press, 1998. 57-74. [GGIII: 4253]
KERR, Elizabeth. William Faulkner’s Gothic Domain. Port Washington, NY: Kennikat Press, 1978. [GGI: 1789].
KLEIN, Thomas. “The Ghostly Voice of Gossip in Faulkner's ‘A Rose for Emily’.” Explicator 65.4 (2007): 229-32.
MACHINEK, Anna. “William Faulkner and the Gothic Tradition.” Kwartalnik Neofilogiczny (Warsaw, poland) 36 (1989): 105-114. [GGII: 1067].
MELLARD, James M. “Faulkner’s Miss Emily and Blake’s ‘Sick Rose ‘Invisible Worm,’ Nachträglichkeit, and Retrospective Gothic.” Faulkner Journal 2 (1986): 37-45. [GGII: 1068].
MOULINOUX, Nicole. “Sanctuary, Absalom: Variantes gothiques.” Du Fantastique en littérature: Figures et figurations: Elément pour une poétique du fantastique sur quelques exemples anglo-saxons. Ed. Max Duperray. Aix-en-Provence: Univerit√© de provence, 1990. 141-152. [GGII: 1069].
PALMER, Louis. "Bourgeois Blues: Class, Whiteness, and Southern Gothic in Early Faulkner and Caldwell." Faulkner Journal 22.1-2 (2006): 120-39.
PITAVY, François L. “The Gothicism of Absalom, Absalom!: Rosa Coldfield Revisited.” In “A Cosmos of My Own:” Faulkner and Yoknapatawpha, 1980. Eds. Doreen Fowler, Ann J. Abadie. Jackson, MS: Mississippi UP, 1981. 199-226. [GGII: 1070].
PUTZEL, Max. “What Is Gothic About Absalom, Absalom!Southern Literary Journal 4.1 (1971): 3-14. [GGI: 1792].
RAMOS, Peter. “Beyond Silence and Realism: Trauma and the Function of Ghosts in Absalom, Absalom! and Beloved.” Faulkner Journal 23.2 (2008): 47-66.
RHODES, Karen. “The Grotesque Economics of Tragicomedy: Cultural Colonization in Faulkner's ‘Red Leaves’.” Faulkner Journal 18.1/2 (2002/2003): 69-79.
ROSE, Julie. “Faulkner’s Horror and the American Gothic Cultural Imagination (1930-1945).” Dissertation Abstracts International 60:1 (1999): 133 (New York University). [GGIII: 4260]
RYAN, Steven T. “‘Mistral’ and ‘Evangeline’: The Gothic Derivation of Absalom, Absalom!.” Kentuky Review 5 (1983): 56-71. [GGII: 1071].
SEED, David. “The Evidence of Things Seen and Unseen: William Faulkner’s Sanctuary.American Horror Fiction from Brockden Brown to Stephen King. Ed. Brian Docherty. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1990. 73-91. [GGII: 1072].
STONE, Edward. "Usher, Poquelin, and Miss Emily: The Progress of Southern Gothic." Eds. Harold Bloom and Blake Hobby.Bloom's Literary Criticism, 2010. 165-176.
SUNDQUIST, Eric J. “Sanctuary: An American Gothic.” Douze lectures de Sanctuarie, ed. André Bleikasten, Nicole Moulinoux. Rennes: PU de Renes/ Fondation William Faulkner, 1995. 83-101. [GGIII: 4263]
TALLEY, Sharon. “Anxious Representations of Uncertain Masculinity: The Failed Journey to Self-Understanding in Ambrose Bierce’s ‘The Death of Halpin Frayser'.” Journal of Men's Studies: A Scholarly Journal about Men and Masculinities 14.2 (2006): 161-72
TORSNEY, Cheryl B. “The Vampire Motif in Absalom, Absalom!.” Southern Review 20 (1984): 562-569. [GGII: 1073].
WALTER, David Michael. “Strange Attractions: Sibling Love Triangles in Faulkner's Absalom, Absalom! and Balzac's La Fille aux yeux d'or." Comparative Literature Studies 44 (2007): 484-506.
WHAN, Edgar W. “Absalom, Absalom! as Gothic Myth.” Perspective 3 (1950): 192-201. [GGI: 1794].
WHITE, Christopher. "The Modern Magnetic Animal: As I Lay Dying and the Uncanny Zoology of Modernism." Journal of Modern Literature 31 (2008): 81-101.