My Brother Bill was first published in 1963, the year following William Faulkner's death. This edition includes seventeen photographs and a foreword by Jimmy Faulkner, son of the author and nephew of the subject.
Publisher: University of South Carolina Press
Number of pages: 240
Weight: 281 g
Dimensions: 216 x 140 x 8 mm
Splendidly evokes the flavor of boyhood in a small southern town.
For anyone interested in William Faulkner and his writings (and everyone should be), this memoir of him by his younger brother is essential reading.
New York Times Book Review
Rooted so deep in the soil from which the Faulkner clan sprang that it is worth tomes of Faulkner criticism.
This affectionate memoir brings us to understand why Faulkner became the literary artist he did.
Christian Science Monitor
Sentimental, warm, and honest.
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