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10451 Style and Structure in Faulkner’s A Rose for Emily   NEW!

William Faulkner’s distinctive literary style and his intriguing fictional world of Jefferson infuse his well-known story, A Rose for Emily. To trace out the story’s verbal art and significance, we’ll explore its textual construction as each week we analyze aspects such as verbal style, narration, characterization, narrative structure, and fields of thematic meaning in the story.


Schedule: 7 sessions, Tuesdays, Mar. 26-May 7, 10:00-11:30 am,The Gardens at Episcopal Homes, Theater, St. Paul
Course Leader(s): Larry Crawford (Lit/Architecture/Art)
Use following link for map of location: The Gardens at Episcopal Homes
Seats Left: 9    Course Fee: $0.00

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