Literary Pilgrimage: Faulkner

by Robert White

Among the tall trees of Mississippi is Rowan Oak, William Faulkner’s house. He wrote outlines on the walls, he hated air conditioning and didn’t allow it in the house until after his death, and sometimes wrote outside among the oaks, and cedars that were grown there because they “cleansed the air” after the plagues of yellow fever in the area in the past.

August, 2016
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