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Voicing the Mutilated Woman's Story: The Intertextual Relationship Between Katherine Anne Porter and William Faulkner

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Author: Hockensmith, Ashley
Advisor: Donaldson, Susan Van D'Elden, 1951-
Committee Members: Dawson, Melanie, 1967-; Meyer, Leisa D.; Putzi, Jennifer
Issued Date: 2009-05-15
Subjects: Katherine Anne Porter
William Faulkner
Intertextuality in Southern Literature
Women Writers
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10288/1239
Description: This thesis explores the intertextual relationship between Katherine Anne Porter and William Faulkner and argues that in the "Miranda Stories" Porter not only attempts to argue the validity of the woman writer's narrative voice, but posits a model of intertextuality akin to sibling rivalry.
Degree: Bachelors of Arts in English

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