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Collected Stories of William Faulkner Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

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Topics for Discussion

Consider the significance of the titles Faulkner gives to each group of short stories. For instance, the Wasteland stories all have to do with World War I. Using the title of each group, identify how each story fits into its group and explain why the grouping title is significant.

Consider the significance of the titles Faulkner gives to each group of short stories. For instance, the Wasteland stories all have to do with World War I. Using the title of each group, identify how each story fits into its group and explain why the grouping title is significant.

Explore the clashing cultures that Faulkner presents in his Wilderness stories. Take one story and compare and contrast the cultures of either the Indians and the white man, or the Indians and black people as presented in the story.

Explore the symbolism of death and heaven in the story...

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