- Title Pages
- Note on the Conference
- <i>Flags in the Dust</i> and the Birth of a Poetics
- “In Conflict with Itself”
- Faulkner’s Figures
- “That City Foreign and Paradoxical”
- <i>Sanctuary’s</i> Reversible Bodies
- The Secret Machinery of Textuality, Or, What Is Benjy Compson Really Thinking?
- Visualizing <i>Light in August</i>
- The Impenetrable Lightness of Being: Miscegenation Imagery and the Anxiety of Whiteness in <i>Go Down, Moses</i>
- Intertextual Geographies of Migration and Biracial Identity
- “I Sees De Light, En I Sees De Word”
- The Weird Stuff
- Faulkner and Formalism
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