Aesthetics: Diction Neologism


This keyword can be used for terms and words invented by Faulkner, including portmanteau words, hyphenated words (e.g., "ax-squared"), non-hyphenated words (e.g., "deathcolored"), onomatopoeic words, or other similar constructions. Not all hyphenated words would qualify as a neologism, such as "mud-caked" or "three-foot-high" which are too commonplace to qualify as neologisms. -CR

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Actions: BodilyHiding
Cultural Issues: Ritual
Themes and Motifs: AnimalsRat | ObjectsDrum | ObjectsFire
Aesthetics: DictionNeologism
Environment: Domestic SpaceGallery
Actions: PhysicalCarrying
Cultural Issues: ClothesHat
Themes and Motifs: ObjectsTrunk
Relationships: HierarchicalMaster-slave
Aesthetics: DictionNeologism