Keywords

Term ID Vocabulary Parent Termsort ascending Description
4005 Actions Emotional Relief
2862 Themes and Motifs Past Relics
3537 Themes and Motifs Character Reliability
4053 Actions Legal Release of prisoner
3102 Cultural Issues Religion Relationship with God
4223 Actions Interaction, Private Rejection
4842 Actions Mental Reinterpretation
5332 Cultural Issues Agriculture Regulations
1534 Cultural Issues Law Regulation
2305 Actions Emotional Regret
2803 Cultural Issues Progress Regional
246 Cultural Issues (First level term) Region
2308 Themes and Motifs Character Regal
5165 Actions Bodily Regaining consciousness
3128 Actions Verbal Refusing
1781 Actions Emotional Refusal
2152 Themes and Motifs Money Refund
4911 Cultural Issues War Refugee
772 Cultural Issues War Refuge
4715 Cultural Issues Law Reformatory
2893 Actions Moral Reform
3106 Aesthetics Symbolism Reflection

Created for when a text makes explicit reference to mirrored reflection that has potential symbolic importance - created to capture Benjy's repeated references to a mirror in the library (of fire, of Caddy) that in the present day is gone (leaving only a door-like discoloration on the wall where it once had been). -JBP

2883 Themes and Motifs Values Refinement
3902 Themes and Motifs Philosophical Reduction / summing up
3125 Themes and Motifs Philosophical Redemption
5560 Cultural Issues Religion Redemption
5185 Aesthetics Allusion, Geographical Red Sea
4800 Themes and Motifs Absence/Loss Red necks
4801 Themes and Motifs Appearance Red necks
2835 Aesthetics Allusion, Geographical Red Banks
388 Themes and Motifs (First level term) Recurring Tropes
2244 Aesthetics Recurring Episodes Recurring event, intratextual

When Faulkner refers to or re-writes an event more than once inside a single text, for example the four references to Caddy's muddy drawers in Benjy and Quentin's sections of The Sound and the Fury. SR

2245 Aesthetics Recurring Episodes Recurring event, intertextual

When Faulkner in one text refers to or re-writes an event that also occurs in other text(s), for example the account of Miss Quentin climbing down the pear tree (in The Sound and the Fury) or the rain pipe (as the same event has it in the "Appendix" and The Mansion. SR

412 Aesthetics (First level term) Recurring Episodes
3635 Cultural Issues War Recuperation
5239 Cultural Issues Health and Illness Recuperation
2276 Cultural Issues Land-Use Recreation

Any time a natural space becomes a place of leisure or recreation. This includes the "motordome" behind Mr Buffaloe's house, as well has land-use for picnics, campaign rallies, and fairs. JB

2303 Cultural Issues Hunting and Fishing Recreation
1297 Themes and Motifs Money Recovery
829 Actions Emotional Recovery
2946 Themes and Motifs Recurring Tropes Recovery
1679 Actions Legal Record keeping
1652 Cultural Issues Region Reconstruction
2756 Cultural Issues War Reconstruction
3029 Cultural Issues History Reconstruction
2015 Aesthetics Narrative Reconstructed
4766 Actions Military Reconnaissance
4151 Relationships Marital Reconciliation
4245 Actions Bodily Recoiling
2235 Themes and Motifs Character Recklessness
3482 Cultural Issues Entertainment Recital
1162 Actions Legal Recess
1814 Themes and Motifs Past Recent past

For events acknowledging recent occurrences that may or may not affect the present. (Added for end of "Lion," with Boon oblivious to events in the recent past while the narrator is thinking about them.)

4234 Actions Economic Receiving money
4467 Actions Communication Receiving mail
4904 Aesthetics Symbolism Rebirth
5322 Cultural Issues Religion Rebirth

Rebirth as either a goal or a result of Christianity. In this particular case, Uncle Willy's church wants him to be reborn in "Uncle Willy". (232

4249 Actions Emotional Rebelliousness
2628 Actions Verbal Rebel yell
3725 Actions Emotional Reassurance
1811 Actions Mental Realization
2626 Themes and Motifs Recurring Tropes Reality
4906 Actions Hunting Reading landscape
3631 Actions Verbal Reading aloud
2176 Actions Perceptual Reading / Researching
1510 Actions Physical Reading
5431 Themes and Motifs Character Reactionary
4712 Relationships Marital Re-marriage
318 Cultural Issues Slavery Re-enslavement

The clearest example of this occurs in "Raid," when Granny tells the slaves she has recovered from the Union Army to go "home," to their former masters, and they seem to obey her. SR

4852 Cultural Issues Slavery Re-arrangements during War
588 Themes and Motifs Objects Razor
4114 Aesthetics Figures of Speech Rats
4923 Actions Economic Rationing
4619 Themes and Motifs Psychological Rationalizing
2254 Actions Moral Rationalization
1535 Themes and Motifs Animals Rat
526 Cultural Issues Violence Rape
4634 Cultural Issues Crime Rape
2632 Aesthetics Figures of Speech Rape
1738 Actions Movement Random
2828 Aesthetics Allusion, Geographical Raleigh, Tennessee
2737 Themes and Motifs Objects Rake
5237 Actions Agricultural Raising|shipping cattle
5428 Actions Military Raising troops
2840 Aesthetics Allusion, Historical Rainey, Paul DELETE
2792 Aesthetics Allusion, Historical Rainey, Paul
3071 Environment Auditory Rain on roof
2091 Aesthetics Figures of Speech Rain
2481 Environment Olfactory Rain
702 Environment Weather Rain
5343 Actions Work Railroad workers
3960 Environment Public Railroad tracks
1005 Environment Place Railroad log line
2233 Environment Place Railroad
2740 Actions Violent Raiding
5214 Actions Military Raid
4402 Cultural Issues Clothes Rags
3389 Actions Emotional Rage
3200 Cultural Issues Entertainment Radio
708 Cultural Issues Mass Media Radio

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