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William Faulkner

Only in Oxford – Rowan Oak

The world-famous home of William Faulkner is some 170 years old, and it continues to attack thousands of visitors each year who want to see where the Nobel Prize-winning writer worked and lived. (October 19, 2014, Page 1A)

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    Fun with Faulkner

    An exhibit of paintings by local artist Jason Heavner, also known as J-Man, focuses on writer William Faulkner. The series of paintings are profound, a bit profane and a lot of fun. (July 25, 2014, Page 1B)

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      A little William Faulkner for everyone

      William Faulkner was a risk-taker, innovator and experimentalist when it came to language and storytelling.

      “He’s one of the most important innovators of the 20th century,” said Jay Watson, University of Mississippi Howry Professor of Faulkner Studies. “Faulkner writes about people who are saturated in history and have an undeniable sense that the past is still with us shaping our outlook on life.”

      Watson is in charge of the 2014 Faulkner & Yoknapatawpha Conference that begins Sunday and continues through July 24 in Oxford. The theme is “Faulkner and History.” (July 16, 2014, Page 1)

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        Mann celebrates her 100th birthday

        Elizabeth Roane Mann celebrated her birthday party Saturday at Emeritus of Oxford. She will be 100 years old on Feb. 12. Mann grew up in Oxford and was good friends with the Faulkner family. (February 10, 2014, Page 1)

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          Farewell, Faulkner stuff. Come back soon.

          Lots of William Faulkner memorabilia, including his Nobel Prize for Literature, have been on loan and display at the University of Mississippi. Possibly no more, News Editor Jonathan Scott writes as he looks into the possibility of valuable items being sold at auction. His wish for all of us is that the next buyer sends them back where they belong – to Oxford, Ole Miss and Lafayette County. (April 11, 2013, Page 4A)

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            Finally finding Faulkner

            EAGLE Assistant News Editor Jeff Eubanks admits it – until recently, he’d never read any of William Faulkner’s work. Now, after working on this year’s “Remembering Faulkner” special section and reading Jack Sacco’s book about Faulkner and Bobby Little, he’s planning to find out more about, and read more from, Mr. Faulkner. (December 28, 2012, Page 4A)

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              Letters to the Editor

              Margaret King writes to say how entertaining the EAGLE’s special William Faulkner edition and coverage was, while Melody Copp writes to thank the sponsors, participants and volunteers who helped make the July 4 Stars and Stripes 5K a big success. (July 12, 2012, Page 4)

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                Oxford – A special place

                J.W. “Jay” Mitchell recalls days gone by in Oxford in a guest column, nothing how award-winning author William Faulkner made it a unique place. (July 10, 2012, Page 4)

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                  Trivia questions about Oxford’s ‘Mr. Bill’

                  The annual Faulkner & Yoknapatawpha Conference got underway Saturday and the community held a Day of Remembrance on Friday to honor the late Nobel Prize-winning author William Faulkner on the 50th anniversary of his death. But, how much do you know about Faulkner? Editor Don Whitten put together a quiz to test readers on how much they know about Mr. Bill. (July 9, 2012, Page 4)

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                    Oxford celebrates life of Faulkner

                    Hundreds of local residents and out-of-town visitors attended the full-day of events associated with the special day of remembrance for William Faulkner on Friday, the 50th anniversary of the Nobel Prize-winning writer’s death. (July 9, 2012, Page 1)

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