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“… how a young man who never graduated from high school, never received a college degree, living in a small town in the poorest state in the nation, all the while balancing a growing family of dependents and impending financial ruin, could during the Great Depression write a series of novels all set in the same small Southern county — novels that include As I Lay Dying, Light in August, and above all, Absalom, Absalom!… ”
— William Faulkner, American writer (1897 - 1962), was awarded the Nobel Prize for literature for the year 1949
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