Term ID Vocabularysort descending Parent Term Description
1362 Environment Place Corral
1371 Environment Domestic Space Boarding house
1394 Environment Public Bus Depot/Bus stop
1399 Environment Public Jail
1403 Environment Domestic Space Cabin
1410 Environment Place Lane
1412 Environment Auditory Haunting
1426 Environment Atmospheric Dust
1427 Environment Natural Moon
1428 Environment Auditory Breathing
1433 Environment Time of Day Dinner
1437 Environment Atmospheric Dereliction
1461 Environment Domestic Space Upstairs
1462 Environment Domestic Space Outhouse
1472 Environment Domestic Space Gallery
1473 Environment Auditory Gallop
1474 Environment Domestic Space Summer house
1475 Environment Domestic Space Garden
1476 Environment Domestic Space Hall
1480 Environment Auditory Howling
1488 Environment Domestic Space Lot
1495 Environment Public Supply house
1501 Environment Domestic Space Hearth
1503 Environment Time of Year New Year
1506 Environment Domestic Space Drive
1512 Environment Domestic Space Pasture
1514 Environment Domestic Space Parlor
1548 Environment Natural Wilderness

I'm wondering how this is different from "woods" and if they two terms might need to be meshed into one. Are woods more domestic or something? LW
I'm using wilderness when it is directly discussed in the text as a presence, a living thing as in GDM (i.e., "the wilderness breathed again" (174)) JJ

1589 Environment Atmospheric Doom
1595 Environment Natural Swamp
1608 Environment Time of Year November
1669 Environment Atmospheric Chaos
1673 Environment Public Pioneer settlement
1690 Environment Time of Year July Fourth
1696 Environment Place Frontier
1714 Environment Auditory Postal horn
1728 Environment Place Wilderness-civilized boundary
1752 Environment Time of Year Sunday

This should probably go under day of the week in col. 2, but it does not exist. My thinking is that there might be days that are more pronounced in Faulkner, notably the Sabbath and Wednesday prayer. The specific example is from Monk.

1756 Environment Public Filling Station
1757 Environment Time of Year Saturday
1760 Environment Place Classroom
1764 Environment Time of Year June
1767 Environment Place Capital
1768 Environment Place Capitol
1769 Environment Place Penitentiary
1777 Environment Place Gas station
1784 Environment Weather Heat
1786 Environment Weather Sun
1796 Environment Domestic Space Dilapidation
1800 Environment Auditory Voices
1813 Environment Natural Landmark

This term can be used for natural phenomena used as a landmark. (Added for the Gum Tree -- capitalized in the text -- used in "Lion" and related texts like "The Bear.")

1818 Environment Place Grave
1822 Environment Natural Spring
1837 Environment Place City

For when a place is characterized by its built-up nature, especially as a contrast to town or rural places (e.g., "the tall buildings and the hard pavements and the street cars" in "Lion"). JBP

1839 Environment Public Zoo
1855 Environment Time of Year April
1856 Environment Time of Day Daybreak
1908 Environment Atmospheric Gloom
1911 Environment Weather Sunshine
1918 Environment Domestic Space Deathbed
1942 Environment Public Church
1943 Environment Atmospheric Thunder
1958 Environment Time of Year July
1960 Environment Auditory Sawing
1961 Environment Auditory Carpentry
1976 Environment Time of Year May
1987 Environment Domestic Space Sitting room
1988 Environment Auditory Bells
1993 Environment Place Hotel
2004 Environment Place Poorhouse
2010 Environment Place Livery stable
2012 Environment Place Lot
2014 Environment Public Alley
2016 Environment Place Pond
2018 Environment Atmospheric Crowded
2026 Environment Place Slave Quarters
2027 Environment Place Smokehouse
2037 Environment Place Medical practice

Any place where "doctoring" is practiced whether that is formal, as with Peabody, or more informal. JB

2039 Environment Public Street
2040 Environment Time of Year Friday
2044 Environment Place River-bottom
2045 Environment Time of Year Hunting season
2049 Environment Place Moon
2050 Environment Place Mars
2063 Environment Olfactory Gasoline
2069 Environment Time of Day Daytime
2071 Environment Natural River
2099 Environment Atmospheric Sunlight
2114 Environment Atmospheric Firelight
2115 Environment Weather Frost
2124 Environment Domestic Space Confined living quarters

Refers to when a text draws attention to the relative smallness or confined nature of where a character resides - a "single room twelve feet square," for example. -JBP

2125 Environment Place Vacant lot
2129 Environment Auditory Bugle
2135 Environment Olfactory Bad smell
2139 Environment Place Power Plant
2153 Environment Weather Mild
2157 Environment Place Lonelier parts of town

Term for when a text makes reference to parts of town with fewer people or streets -- outskirts, edge of town, "less frequented" (as in "Miss Zilphia Gant"), and so forth. JBP

2185 Environment Atmospheric Claustrophobic
2201 Environment Olfactory Old woman smell

For when Faulkner texts make explicit reference to the smell of elderly (old) women - "faint odor of old maidens" in "Go Down, Moses," the "rank smell of female old flesh" in "Absalom," etc. (Question: Does Faulkner ever reference the smell of old MEN?) JBP

2215 Environment Public Golf course