Series: William Faulkner Manuscripts

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Elmer; and, "A Portrait of Elmer": William Faulker Manuscripts I: The Typescripts, Manuscripts, and Miscellaneous Pages by William Faulkner1
Father Abraham Tree: William Faulkner Manuscripts II: Holograph Manuscript and Typescripts; and, The Wishing Tree: Ribbon and Carbon Typescripts by William Faulkner2
Soldiers' Pay by William Faulkner3.2
Sanctuary: William Faulkner Manuscripts 8, Volume II: The Carbon Typescript and Miscellaneous Pages by Thomas Mchaney8.2
Pylon: William Faulkner Manuscripts 12: Typescript Setting Copy and Miscellaneous Holograph Pages by William Faulkner12
Requiem for a Nun: William Faulkner Manuscripts 19, Volume III: Typescript Setting Copy by William Faulkner19.3
Requiem for a Nun: William Faulkner Manuscripts 19, Volume IV: Playscript Materials by William Faulkner19.4
A Fable: William Faulkner Manuscripts 20, Volume I: Miscellaneous Manuscript & Typescript Pages, Part 1 by William Faulkner20.1
A Fable (William Faulkner Manuscripts 20, Volume 2: Miscellaneous Manuscript & Typescript Pages Part 2) by William Faulkner20.2
The Town: Miscellaneous Material (William Faulkner Manuscripts 21, Volume I) by William Faulkner21.1
The Town: Typescript (William Faulkner Manuscripts) by William Faulkner21.2
The Mansion: William Faulkner Manuscripts 22, Volume I: The Early Typescript, Part 1 by William Faulkner22.1
The Mansion: William Faulkner Manuscripts 22, Volume II: The Early Typescript, Part 2 by William Faulkner22.2
The Mansion: Typescript Setting Copy & Miscellaneous Material (William Faulkner Manuscripts 22, Volumes III & IV) by William Faulkner22.3,4
The Reivers: William Faulkner Manuscripts 23, Volume 1: Typescript Draft Copy by Willia Faulkner23.1
The Reivers: William Faulkner Manuscripts 23, Volume II: Typescript Setting Copy by William Faulkner23.2
"Unpublished" Stories: William Faulkner Manuscripts 25: Typescripts and Manuscripts by William Faulkner25

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A series of folio volumes containing selected facsimiles of William Faulkner's draft manuscripts and typscripts. Most of these differ significantly -- some radically -- from the more familiar published versions, and so should not be combined with the standard editions.

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