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Rereading Faulkner

The first publication of William Faulkner’s short story “Spotted Horses” began, like The Sound and the Fury and so many other novels and stories of his, with a picture: Flem Snopes has filled that whole country full of spotted horses. You can hear folks running them all day and all night, whooping and hollering, and […]

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