6 edition of The Wild Palms Reader found in the catalog.
by Amok Books
Written in English
|Contributions||Roger Trilling (Editor), Stuart Swezey (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||128|
The text printed in this edition was first published in by the Library of America as If I Forget Thee, Jerusalem [The Wild Palms]. It was established by Noel Polk from Faulkner’s own ribbon typescript setting copy, now in the Alderman Library at the University of Virginia, which Faulkner typed and proofread himself. Wild Palms. Roman zum großen Oliver-Stone-Film. TB by Horst Friedrichs, Bruce Wagner and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at
The Wild Palms by William Faulkner Classics Books In this feverishly admirable novel—originally titled If I Forget Thee, Jerusalem by Faulkner, and now appear in the accurate Library of America text—William Faulkner interweaves two narratives, anniversary wholly arresting in its own right. The novel The Wild Palms () was again technically adventurous, with two distinct yet thematically counterpointed narratives alternating, chapter by chapter, throughout. But Faulkner was beginning to return to the Yoknapatawpha County material he had first imagined in the s and subsequently exploited in short-story form. The Read More.
The Wild Palms. by Faulkner, William. Seller The Hermitage Bookshop, Member ABAA Published Condition Spine with slight lean, mild toning and a tiny tear to upper tip, still near fine in good dust jacket with moderate edgewear, on Edition First edition, first issue with gilt and green stamping. Item Price $. McHaney, ‘William Faulkner’s The Wild Palms’, Diss. University of South Carolina , p. Had the punctuation in the typescript been followed, the lack of closure in this final sentence of the novel would produce much the same effect as that achieved by the similar strategy in the conclusion of Pylon, Faulkner once again emphasising the necessity of the reader’s completing the work.
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Released as the ambitious companion book to the Oliver Stone-produced ABC mini-series, The Wild Palms Reader has now attained legendary status in its own right as a landmark work of subversive speculative fiction/5(5). The Wild Palms Reader purports to be the future tale of Anton Kreutzer.
Kreutzer is part political demagogue, part L. Ron Hubbard, part scientist and part nuclear terrorist. This is the companion book to the Oliver Stone-produced ABC mini-series of the same name/5.
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Greatest Faulkner book I have read so far. Fan-bloody-tastic. I liked this even better than Absalom!Absalom. And it was much easier to follow.
The Wild Palms is a novel which actually consists of two different stories. Faulkner decided to interweave two different stories to build each respective story more towards its climax/5.
About The Wild Palms. In this feverishly beautiful novel—originally titled If I Forget Thee, Jerusalem—William Faulkner interweaves two narratives, each wholly absorbing in its own right, each subtly illuminating the New Orleans ina man and a woman embark on a headlong flight into the wilderness of illicit passion, fleeing her husband and the temptations of respectability.
This is the first William Faulkner book I have read and I found it very heavy going indeed. The language is so old fashioned and ponderous and he seems to use 20 words where about 6 would do. Gradually I began to look forward to picking up the book and reading some more but I would need to read it again (and I'm in no hurry to do that)/5(43).
An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio An illustration of a " floppy disk. The out of print trade paperback that reprints all of the Wild Palms strips from Details magazine that inspired the Oliver Stone produced TV series.
Addeddate influence the reader’s interpretation of either one. A too facile admiration of the noble savage in the ‘Old Man’ is prevented by a recognition of the greater sensitivity and potentialities of the lovers in ‘Wild Palms,’ with the result that the literary shibboleths of primitivism and Romanticism are both placed in a truer perspective.
The story in The Wild Palms is intensely personal; the relationship between Henry and Charlotte almost smothers the reader. The prisoner reads “pulp-printed fables,” the kind of books that Henry writes.
The flood in The Old Man overwhelms the characters and pulls them from their comfortable routines. If I Forget Thee, Jerusalem is a novel by the American author William Faulkner published in The novel was originally published under the title The Wild Palms, which is the title of one of the two interwoven title was chosen by the publishers, Random House, over the objections of Faulkner's choice of a uent editions have since been printed under the title If I.
Some such information is indeed tucked into the book, though due to the nature of presentation the reader will need to take multiple approaches to locate, digest, and grasp it. However, if you are looking for a sourcebook offering snippets and slivers of the disturbing world of the future presented by Wild Palms that captures the inapproachable /5.
Mr. Faulkner takes us down two paths, apparently unconnected. He calls one story The Wild Palms, the other Old Man. They alternate and never touch, until the very end.
Then, the pieces fall into place, and The Wild Palms turns out to be the story behind the story of Old Man. The one story is a story of illicit love — the other story is the punishment. In both, the central character is given. 图书the " wild palms reader 介绍、书评、论坛及推荐.
This is the first William Faulkner book I have read and I found it very heavy going indeed. The language is so old fashioned and ponderous and he seems to use 20 words where about 6 would do.
Gradually I began to look forward to picking up the book and reading some more but I would need to read it again (and I'm in no hurry to do that)/5(44). The wild palms by William Faulkner, unknown edition, Classifications Dewey Decimal Class / Library of Congress PSA86 W5 The Wild Palms Reader.
unfolds the saga of Tony Kreutzer, the brilliant and twisted guru of Synthiotics, and his sister Josie, grand dame of his mystical-fascist media empire.
Working from the dystopian script of acclaimed novelist Bruce Wagner, The Wild Palms Reader is an extravagantly illustrated dossier of pseudo-documents.
The Wild Palms is grandly inventive, heart-stopping in its prose, and suffused on every page with the physical presence of the country that Faulkner made his own.
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Just invest little period to entre this on-line statement The Wild Palms If I. The Wild Palms mini-series detailed the rise of Synthiotics, a dynastic techno-cult which co-opts the public's dreams through 3D TV and psychotropic drugs in an effort to induce mass psychosis.
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