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U.S. Southern Renaissance and the origin of the thought and works of William Faulkner

Author KuangZuo
Tutor ShaoJinZuo
School Heilongjiang University
Course English Language and Literature
Keywords South Faulkner Family Stories Race Relations Romanticism Gothic tradition Stream of Consciousness Multi-angle
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Type Master's thesis
Year 2003
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Half of the twentieth century , the American South is suddenly showing on the culture and literature of unprecedented prosperity , resulting in a large number of distinguished writers , poets , dramatists, scholars, literary theorist and critic , called the \. Southern writers and intellectuals , not only in the creation inherit and carry forward the literary tradition of the American South , and continuously explore and bold and innovative artistic techniques Southern Renaissance Southern literary tradition and modernism trend combined results. The basic characteristics of the movement , its root causes and the same relationship between modernist literature , are concentrated body is reflected in William Faulkner , The Southern Renaissance writers most representative is the most typical native writers of the South , but also modern masters . This paper attempts to start from the definition of \analysis , to understand the characteristics of family fiction characters . In addition , the article also discusses the most important feature of the Southern Renaissance : a combination of traditional and modern , how specifically reflected in the creation of Faulkner . Which focuses on research in the Southern literary tradition of the Romantic tendencies and realistic elements , as well as a concrete manifestation of the Gothic tradition in the novel of the South , and these factors in Faulkner . Finally, the technical approach of Faulkner 's most representative modernist \excellent Southern literary tradition and modern artistic techniques combine achieved a high level of artistic achievement , have made an outstanding contribution to the rise and prosperity of Southern literature .

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