Faulkner's Lines:

September 21, 1997

The Jury said "Guilty" and the Judge said "Life" but he didn't hear them.

Opening words of

"The Mansion," 1960

Between grief and nothing, I will take grief.

From

"Wild Palms," 1939

From beyond the screen of bushes which surrounded the spring, Popeye watched the man drinking.

Opening words of

"Sanctuary," 1931

Sitting beside the road, watching the wagon mount the hill toward her, Lena thinks, "I have come from Alabama; a fur piece."

Opening words of

"Light in August," 1932

Memory believes before knowing remembers

From

"Light in August"

Pub Date: 9/21/97

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