Vocabulary: Actions
Term ID Term Parentsort descending Description
5572 Hay-making Agricultural
5532 Hog farming Agricultural
4751 Incompetent farming Agricultural
1868 Livestock care Agricultural
5267 Milking a cow Agricultural
5337 Planting Agricultural
1130 Plowing Agricultural
5237 Raising|shipping cattle Agricultural
Vocabulary: Cultural Issues
Term ID Term Parentsort descending Description
1178 Corn Agriculture
1179 Cotton Agriculture
5488 Crop dusting Agriculture
3227 Diminishing farms Agriculture
3634 Farming Agriculture
1154 Farming life Agriculture
5335 Furnish bill Agriculture
5331 Government regulations Agriculture
2348 Grist mill Agriculture

This is for any general discussion of grist mills as a farm implement. JB

2970 Hay Agriculture
3204 Hill farms Agriculture
4994 Household gardening Agriculture
2587 Husbandry Agriculture

Any part of a text related to the care and breeding of animals. The immediate context for this is on an actual farm, as for example Mink's attempt to breed his cow with a local bull. It also extends out to any knowledge of animals for the purposes of domestication or labor. For example, Lucius Priest being able to identify a horse as "three-quarters-bred" in The Reivers, though the horse itself is not on a farm. JB

4907 Livestock Agriculture
5533 Lumber trade Agriculture
4875 Market gardening Agriculture
2971 Matched team of horses or mules Agriculture
5305 Ownership Agriculture
5332 Regulations Agriculture
3678 Salt lick Agriculture
3203 Share-cropping|Tenantry Agriculture

There are significant differences between "share-cropping" and "tenant farming" in reality. "Tenants" typically furnished their own farming tools and livestock, and had at least a measure of control over what crops they planted on land they rented from a landlord; "share-croppers" typically only contributed their own labor, with the landlord dictating what they would raise and providing the animals and tools they used. But in his fiction Faulkner does not maintain this distinction, using the terms as essentially synonymous. SR

1176 Soil quality Agriculture
3206 Tractors Agriculture
4597 Abstinence Alcohol
3915 Alcoholism Alcohol
4459 As anaesthetic Alcohol
4948 As currency Alcohol
2575 Beer Alcohol
569 Bootlegging Alcohol
2920 Champagne Alcohol
3916 Death from drinking Alcohol
4098 Drink recipe Alcohol
2432 Drugged Alcohol
1254 Drunkenness Alcohol
2824 Ether Alcohol
2582 Gin Alcohol
2767 Laws Alcohol

This keyword covers any laws and regulations regarding the production, sale, or consumption of alcohol. This covers "Blue Laws", bootlegging, and other legal frameworks. The reason for putting this under Alcohol and not crime was that this is not to highlight any specific law or that someone has even committed a crime, but rather the legal structure affirms or contradicts cultural norms around alcohol. JB

2963 Manhood Alcohol
4094 Mint julep Alcohol
3249 Moonshine Alcohol
2583 Race Alcohol

These are racial issues specifically related to alcohol. For example, Minnie in The Reivers declines to drink with too many white people at once (113). There are also other issues around the production, sale, and consumption of alcohol that cut across racial lines. I thought it was more appropriate to place this here rather than in the race category within cultural issues, as that is already getting full, and becomes the alcohol predominates here. JB

3705 Racial|Regional stereotypes about drinking Alcohol
2988 Sobriety Alcohol
5334 Store-bought vs moonshine Alcohol
2774 Teetotaling Alcohol

Teetotaling as a cultural issue or as a personal moral or habitual choice. This is different than "teetotaler" under character, which is the defining character trait of that person. The example here is Minnie in The Reivers who works in a brothel, but is a teetotaler because she is a "damn christian scientist or republican or something" (153). In this sense, it is not her defining character trait. JB

3799 Toddy Alcohol
4096 Traditional southern drink Alcohol
4676 Wanting a drink Alcohol
724 Whiskey Alcohol
2228 Wine Alcohol
4106 Wine hamper Alcohol
Vocabulary: Aesthetics
Term ID Term Parentsort descending Description
3451 Abraham Allusion, Biblical
2695 Adam Allusion, Biblical
1526 Angel Allusion, Biblical
5177 Archangel Michael Allusion, Biblical
4153 Baptism Allusion, Biblical
2667 Beelzebub Allusion, Biblical
1122 Benjamin Allusion, Biblical
4331 Bible verse on children Allusion, Biblical
3323 Bible verse on sparrows Allusion, Biblical
3076 Book of life Allusion, Biblical
2781 Cain Allusion, Biblical
4998 Canaan Allusion, Biblical
1336 Christ Allusion, Biblical
5090 Commandments Allusion, Biblical
3568 Conflation of several possible sources Allusion, Biblical

I added this to account for a Biblical allusion ("Benjamin child of mine old age") that seems to have several possible Old Testament sources, representing a kind of conflating of those sources. JBP

1885 Crucifixion Allusion, Biblical
3484 Delilah Allusion, Biblical
1930 Divine intervention Allusion, Biblical
2617 Eve Allusion, Biblical
4322 Exodus Allusion, Biblical
3285 Garden of Eden Allusion, Biblical
1895 Genesis Allusion, Biblical
4332 Gethsemane Allusion, Biblical
2390 God / Jehovah Allusion, Biblical
5575 Good Samaritan Allusion, Biblical
3322 Gospel of Luke Allusion, Biblical
3325 Gospel of Matthew Allusion, Biblical
4330 Ham Allusion, Biblical
1928 Heaven Allusion, Biblical
1905 Hell Allusion, Biblical
4999 Isaac Allusion, Biblical
5396 Jacob Allusion, Biblical
4117 Jehovah Allusion, Biblical
4364 Jericho Allusion, Biblical
3268 Jesus Allusion, Biblical
3348 Jesus walking on water Allusion, Biblical
5178 Jezebel Allusion, Biblical
2703 Jordan Allusion, Biblical
3330 Judgment Day Allusion, Biblical
5379 Judith Allusion, Biblical
4475 Leprosy Allusion, Biblical