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Thursday, October 23, 2014

William Faulkner

Oxford in good company — as expected

Oxford has made another “top” list, joining five other cities around the country as the top six college town for retirement according to Grandparents.com. (May 15, 2014, Page 4)

Rare editions, facinating items related to books on display

William Faulkner’s attempts at achieving immortality through the written word are now on display like never before on the third floor of the J.D. Williams Library at the University of Mississippi. (May 2, 2014, Page 1B, 3B)

EAGLE ownership shared with the community

Publisher Emeritus Jesse P. Phillips writes about the 53-year association he and his business partners had with The Oxford EAGLE as well as his family’s part in the newspaper. He also writes about the family association with employees and staff members and lists the nearly four-dozen who help publish and deliver your paper to you. (April 30, 2014, Page 4)

The media, the South and the same ol’ at Ole Miss

Guest columnist Lee Habeeb writes about the recent incident involving the James Meredith statue at Ole Miss and offers a more aggressive rebuttal to the response given by school officials. (February 28, 2014, Page 4A)

William Faulkner and the Civil War in his novels, Part 2

Historical columnist Jack Mayfield continues this week with discussing William Faulkner’s use of the Civil War and the influence it had on his writing. (January 24, 2014, Page 2B)

Faulkner, Shelby Foote visit Shiloh

Historian Jack Lamar Mayfield writes this week about William Faulkner and his fascination with the Civil War. (January 17, 2014, Page 3B)

The Carter-Tate mansion – demolition by neglect

The Carter-Tate mansion was one of several homes in Oxford that were lost through years of neglect. Historian Jack Mayfield will be focusing on those houses in future columns. (January 3, 2014, Page 2B)

Hunting with a Nobel Prize winner

Jack Lamar Mayfield writes about William Faulkner and his love of hunting. (September 13, 2013, Page 2B)

Best meeting time in the eye of beholder

Oxford Board of Aldermen meetings usually begin at 6 p.m. Starting in September, make that 5 p.m. Editor Don Whitten disagrees with that move and takes a look at why and why not to make the change. (July 26, 2013, Page 4A)

Faulkner legal fight resolved

Judge rules in favor of Sony in copyright suit. (July 19, 2013, Page 1A, 3A)

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