Vocabulary: Cultural Issues
Term ID Term Parentsort descending Description
464 Age (First level term)
465 Alcohol (First level term)
466 Clothes (First level term)
467 Food (First level term)
468 Group Mentality (First level term)
469 Health and Illness (First level term)
470 Hunting and Fishing (First level term)
471 Identity, Personal (First level term)
472 Labor (First level term)
473 Materialism (First level term)
474 Nationality (First level term)
475 Ritual (First level term)
476 Supernatural (First level term)
486 Sexuality (First level term)
1087 Agriculture (First level term)
1089 Migration (First level term)
541 Spinsterhood Age
650 Youth Age
771 Growing old Age
812 War Age
923 Adolescence Age
1188 Premature aging Age
1288 Childhood Age
1306 Maturing Age
1617 Old age Age
2940 Rite of passage Age

Any challenge or ritualized moment in which a person goes from child to adult. The other option here is coming of age, but felt like a more passive, ambiguous movement over time, when what is meant here is someone having an active, singular moment in which he or she becomes an adult. For example, Lucius winning the horse race in The Reivers (274). JB

2965 Baby Age
4279 Coming of age Age
4420 Middle age Age
4651 Youth vs age Age
4973 Generation gap Age
5606 Agelessness Age
Vocabulary: Relationships
Term ID Term Parentsort descending Description
477 Friendship (First level term)
478 Hierarchical (First level term)
479 Intergenerational (First level term)
480 Interspecies (First level term)
481 Marital (First level term)
482 Sexual (First level term)
1094 Economical (First level term)
Vocabulary: Aesthetics
Term ID Term Parentsort descending Description
483 Intertextuality (First level term)
484 Metafictional (First level term)
485 Ambiguity (First level term)
1095 Allusion, Biblical (First level term)
1096 Allusion, Geographical (First level term)
1097 Allusion, Literary (First level term)
1098 Allusion, Mythical (First level term)
1099 Description (First level term)
1100 Language (First level term)
1101 Symbolism (First level term)
Vocabulary: Environment
Term ID Term Parentsort descending Description
692 Corn-planting time (First level term)
Vocabulary: Actions
Term ID Term Parentsort descending Description
1082 Agricultural (First level term)
1083 Communication (First level term)
1084 Composing (First level term)
1085 Domestic (First level term)
1086 Legal (First level term)
1130 Plowing Agricultural
1212 Chopping Agricultural
1833 Farming Agricultural
1868 Livestock care Agricultural
2260 Cotton picking Agricultural
Vocabulary: Themes and Motifs
Term ID Term Parentsort descending Description
1090 Appearance (First level term)
1091 Inheritance (First level term)
1092 Morals (First level term)
1093 Past (First level term)
4562 Cannon (First level term)
5574 Grasshoppers (First level term)
617 Absence as disguise Absence/Loss

This was created to note Flem Snopes' calculated absence during the horse auction, the way he has orchestrated it from behind the scene. I'm not sure this occurs with anyone but Flem, but it occurs multiple times in his case. SR

707 Renewal Absence/Loss
756 Over time Absence/Loss
764 Deracination Absence/Loss
805 Men Absence/Loss
821 War Absence/Loss
871 Material Absence/Loss
910 Abandonment Absence/Loss
1000 Vanishing Indian Absence/Loss
1141 Kinlessness Absence/Loss

I chose this term because it includes orphanhood but isn't limited to it. JW

1282 Money|Wealth Absence/Loss
1327 Absence Absence/Loss
1331 Absence as loss Absence/Loss
1385 Capture as loss Absence/Loss
1725 Disappearance Absence/Loss
1741 Separation Absence/Loss
1968 Livestock Absence/Loss
2089 Loss of animal companion Absence/Loss
2450 Loss of object Absence/Loss
2460 Attempt to find substitute Absence/Loss
3117 Of loved one Absence/Loss
3132 Loss of innocence Absence/Loss
3186 Burning a town Absence/Loss
3188 Military defeat Absence/Loss
3416 Blame Absence/Loss
3448 Aloneness Absence/Loss

As in the "aloneness" Addie Bundren seeks to have violated in As I Lay Dying. EKP

3826 Losing vs never having Absence/Loss

Added for when Quentin makes the observation, about a man who castrated himself, "It's not not having them. It's never to have had them." I believe similar ideas crop up elsewhere in Faulkner - distinguishing between having and losing, or never having in the first place. JBP

4148 Missing Absence/Loss
4418 Substitute Absence/Loss
4512 Absence of sound Absence/Loss
4800 Red necks Absence/Loss
4836 Racial Absence/Loss
5230 Quest to recover Absence/Loss
5275 Absence as presence Absence/Loss