192 страниц. 2010 год. LAP Lambert Academic Publishing ''Race'' and ''nation'', two concepts that are becoming more and more of interest and significance to scholars in the field of literature, American studies, political science, cultural studies, literary theory, film studies and communication. This work looks into some Yoknapatawpha novels of William Faulkner, the great American writer of the twentieth-century and Nobel Prize winner, and examines how race and nation, as well as history and memory, define the American Southerner. This book also gives a groundbreaking definition to the South from a postcolonial perspective. Scholars and students, as well as general readers, will be attracted to this book and it will help them think further of either Faulkner or the correlation between ''race'' and ''nation'' in the United States, especially in the American South.