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William Faulkner's The Sound and the Fury (1929) is perhaps the most well-known book by this famous Southern novelist. Its experimentation with point of view and the stylization of the past in the novel represent a radical approach to storytelling.

Of Time and the River (1935) is the second installment in Wolfe's autobiographical narrative of Eugene Gant. Covering the years from 1920 to 1925, the novel begins with Eugene's journey to Harvard and ends after a series of adventures in Europe, when he falls in love with Esther Jack (a character based on Wolfe's former mistress).

The Rebuilding of Old Commonwealths: And Other Documents of Social Reform in the Progressive Era South, (1996) edited by William A. Link and part of The Bedford Series in History and Culture, provides a series of primary source historical documents which address the issue of social change in turn of the century Southern America...

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