Date of Thesis
This thesis analyzes William Faulkner's "Mob Sometimes Right" (1931), Light in August (1932), Intruder in the Dust (1948), and "Letter to the Leaders in the Negro Race" (1953) alongside recent critical perspectives for their depictions of lynching and black empowerment to determine Faulkner's racial narrative regarding racial violence and civil rights.
Faulkner, Lynching, Intruder in the Dust, Mob Sometimes Right, Light in August, Letter to the Leaders in the Negro Race
Master of Arts
Minor, Emphasis, or Concentration
Fisher, Tabitha, "Perspectives on Lynching in William Faulkner's Fiction and Nonfiction" (2020). Master’s Theses. 236.