• Absalom, Absalom! (Faulkner)

    Absalom! William Faulkner, 1936Knopf Doubleday313 pp.ISBN-13: 9780679732181 SummaryThe story of Thomas Sutpen, an enigmatic stranger who came to Jefferson in the early 1830s to wrest his mansion out of the muddy bottoms of the north Mississippi...

    https://www.litlovers.com/13-reading-guides/fiction/14-absalom-absalom-faulkner
  • As I Lay Dying (Faulkner)

    I Lay Dying William Faulkner, 1930Knopf Doubleday267 pp.ISBN-13: 9780679732259Summary At the heart of this 1930 novel is harrowing, darkly comic tale of the Bundren family's bizarre journey to Jefferson to bury Addie, their wife and mother. Faulkner...

    https://www.litlovers.com/13-reading-guides/fiction/83-as-i-lay-dying-faulkner
  • Light in August (Faulkner)

    in AugustWilliam Faulkner, 1932Knopf Doubleday528 pp.ISBN-13: 9780679732266Summary Light in August interweaves the stories of several major characters. Lena Grove, orphaned as a young girl and living with her brother’s family, becomes pregnant by a man...

    https://www.litlovers.com/13-reading-guides/fiction/563-light-in-august-faulkner
  • Sound and the Fury (Faulkner)

    Sound and the FuryWilliam Faulkner, 1929Knopf Doubleday448 pp.ISBN-13: 9780679732242 SummaryFirst published in 1929, Faulkner created his "heart's darling," the beautiful and tragic Caddy Compson, whose story Faulkner told through separate monologues by...

    https://www.litlovers.com/13-reading-guides/fiction/975-sound-and-the-fury-faulkner
  • All the Pretty Horses (McCarthy)

    Rhode Island, USA • Education—University of Tennessee, US Air Force • Awards— Ingram-Merrill Aware, 1959 and 1960; Faulkner Prize, 1965; Traveling Fellowship from American Academy of Arts and Letters, 1965; Guggenheim Fellowship, 1969; MacArthur...

    https://www.litlovers.com/13-reading-guides/fiction/39-all-the-pretty-horses-mccarthy
  • Cataloochee (Caldwell)

    their faith. Cataloochee is a slice of southern Americana told in the classic tradition of Flannery O’Connor and William Faulkner. Nestled in the mountains of North Carolina sits Cataloochee. In a time when “where you was born was where God wanted you,”...

    https://www.litlovers.com/13-reading-guides/fiction/173-cataloochee-caldwell
  • Close Range: Wyoming Stories (Proulx)

    University of Vermont; M.A., Sir George Williams University• Awards—Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award, 1994; PEN/Faulkner, 1993• Currently—lives in Seattle, Washington Pulitzer Prize winner Annie Proulx did not set out to be a writer. She studied...

    https://www.litlovers.com/13-reading-guides/fiction/203-close-range-wyoming-stories-proulx
  • Everyman (Roth)

    Philip Roth, 2006Random House182 pp.ISBN-13: 9780307277718Summary PEN/Faulkner Award Philip Roth's new novel is a candidly intimate yet universal story of loss, regret, and stoicism. The best-selling author of The Plot Against America now turns his...

    https://www.litlovers.com/13-reading-guides/fiction/306-everyman-roth
  • God of Small Things (Roy)

    apart. With mesmerizing language that brings to mind such authors as Salman Rushdie, Gabriel García Márquez, and William Faulkner, The God Of Small Things ambitiously tackles such profound issues as family, race, and class, the dictates of history, and...

    https://www.litlovers.com/13-reading-guides/fiction/384-god-of-small-things-roy
  • Homer and Langley (Doctorow)

    Kenyon College; Columbia University• Awards—3 National book Critics Circle Awards; National Book Aware; PEN/Faulkner Award• Currently—lives in Sag Harbor, New York and New York City E.L. Doctorow, one of America's preeminent authors, has received the...

    https://www.litlovers.com/13-reading-guides/fiction/436-homer-and-langley-doctorow
  • Hours (Cunningham)

    HoursMichael Cunningham, 1998Macmillan Picador240 pp.ISBN-13: 9780312243029Summary Winner, 1999 Pulitzer Prize and PEN/Faulkner Award Passionate, profound, and deeply moving, The Hours tells the story of three women: Clarissa Vaughan, who one New York...

    https://www.litlovers.com/13-reading-guides/fiction/442-hours-cunningham
  • Human Stain (Roth)

    Human StainPhilip Roth, 2000Knopf Doubleday384 pp.ISBN-13: 9780375726347Summary Winner, 2001 PEN/Faulkner Award It is 1998, the year in which America is whipped into a frenzy of prurience by the impeachment of a president, and in a small New England...

    https://www.litlovers.com/13-reading-guides/fiction/459-human-stain-roth
  • Jane Austen Book Club (Fowler)

    Berkeley; M.A., The University of California, Davis, 1974• Currently—lives in Davis, California Karen Joy Fowler, A PEN/Faulkner and Dublin IMPAC nominee, is the author of Sarah Canary, The Sweetheart Season, Black Glass: Short Fictions, and Sister...

    https://www.litlovers.com/13-reading-guides/fiction/494-jane-austen-book-club-fowler
  • Last Night at the Lobster (O'Nan)

    USA• Education—B.S., Boston University; M.F.A., Cornell University• Awards—Drue Heinz Literature Prize; Pirate's Alley Faulkner Prize• Currently—lives in Avon, ConnecticutStewart O'Nan is an American novelist, born in 1961 to John Lee O'Nan and Mary Ann...

    https://www.litlovers.com/13-reading-guides/fiction/531-last-night-at-the-lobster-onan
  • Other (Guterson)

    Author Bio• Birth—May 4, 1956 • Where—Seattle, Washington, USA • Education—M.A., University of Washington• Awards—Pen/Faulkner Award, 1995 • Currently—lives on Bainbridge Island in Puget Sound, Washington David Guterson is the author of a collection of...

    https://www.litlovers.com/13-reading-guides/fiction/716-other-guterson
  • No Country for Old Men (McCarthy)

    Rhode Island, USA • Education—University of Tennessee, US Air Force • Awards— Ingram-Merrill Aware, 1959 and 1960; Faulkner Prize, 1965; Traveling Fellowship from American Academy of Arts and Letters, 1965; Guggenheim Fellowship, 1969; MacArthur...

    https://www.litlovers.com/13-reading-guides/fiction/748-no-country-for-old-men-mccarthy
  • Plainsong (Haruf)

    These seven characters form the core of Plainsong, which switches vantages from chapter to chapter like a more direct Faulkner, though the prose is no less poetic and evocative. Through this device, Haruf illustrates how relationships are formed and...

    https://www.litlovers.com/13-reading-guides/fiction/791-plainsong-haruf
  • Ragtime (Doctorow)

    Kenyon College; Columbia University• Awards—3 National book Critics Circle Awards; National Book Aware; PEN/Faulkner Award• Currently—lives in the New York City area E. L. Doctorow, one of America's preeminent

    https://www.litlovers.com/13-reading-guides/fiction/830-ragtime-doctorow
  • Road (McCarthy)

    Rhode Island, USA • Education—University of Tennessee, US Air Force • Awards— Ingram-Merrill Aware, 1959 and 1960; Faulkner Prize, 1965; Traveling Fellowship from American Academy of Arts and Letters, 1965; Guggenheim Fellowship, 1969; MacArthur...

    https://www.litlovers.com/13-reading-guides/fiction/875-road-mccarthy
  • Snow Falling on Cedars (Guterson)

    Falling on Cedars David Gutersonn, 1994Knopf Doubleday460 pp.ISBN-13: 9780679764021Summary Winner of the 1995 Pen/Faulkner Award In 1954 a fisherman from San Piedro Island in Puget Sound is found suspiciously drowned, and a Japanese-American is charged...

    https://www.litlovers.com/13-reading-guides/fiction/959-snow-falling-on-cedars-guterson

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