Keywords

Term ID Vocabulary Parentsort descending Term Description
4653 Environment Place Lavatory
4665 Environment Place Decayed house
4667 Environment Place Gate
4697 Environment Place Courtroom
4719 Environment Place Park
4794 Environment Place Hovel
4804 Environment Place Dirt lane
4834 Environment Place Campsite
4838 Environment Place Stable
4840 Environment Place Military camp
4843 Environment Place Haystack
4873 Environment Place Commisary
4874 Environment Place Newspaper office
4897 Environment Place Tent
4943 Environment Place Old Jefferson
4944 Environment Place Okatoba
4946 Environment Place Indian agency
4957 Environment Place History

I created this keyword to depict when a history of a specific location is given whether it is the jail in Jefferson or the McCaslin planation. JJ

4983 Environment Place Yoknapatawpha Beat
4984 Environment Place Mill
4988 Environment Place Quarters
4995 Environment Place School, segregated
5000 Environment Place Blacksmith shop
5130 Environment Place Sheriff's office
5150 Environment Place Orphanage
5181 Environment Place Monastery
5202 Environment Place Seminary
5221 Environment Place Boundary
5258 Environment Place Gambling house
5368 Environment Place Cotillion Club
5400 Environment Place Artist's studio
5484 Environment Place Factory|Plant
5513 Environment Place Pawn shop
5582 Environment Place Negro district
5608 Environment Place Slave market
937 Actions Play Gambling
1289 Actions Play School recess
1858 Actions Play Historical recreation
1955 Actions Play Poker
2074 Actions Play Card playing

Added for moments when it is unclear if (a) the game is poker, or (b) if gambling is occurring. -JBP

2192 Actions Play Children playing
2205 Actions Play Sports Golf
2480 Actions Play Playing in water

For when people (usually children) are playing (splashing, etc.) in water - a creek or branch - as in The Sound and the Fury. Distinct from "swimming" per se. JBP

2729 Actions Play Checkers
2730 Actions Play Chess
3401 Actions Play Polo
3469 Actions Play Tennis
3591 Actions Play Sports Crew / rowing
3777 Actions Play Betting
3840 Actions Play Sport-fencing
4175 Actions Play Joking around
4225 Actions Play Prank
4723 Actions Play Fireworks
5248 Actions Play Athletic competition
716 Cultural Issues Politics Voting
1050 Cultural Issues Politics Presidential administration
1066 Cultural Issues Politics Election
1216 Cultural Issues Politics Taxes
1794 Cultural Issues Politics Republicanism
1849 Cultural Issues Politics City government
2576 Cultural Issues Politics Republican

In The Reivers Lucius Priest defines the various positions of Conservative, Liberal, Republican, and Democrat in the following manner: "Like this: a Republican is a man who made his money; a Liberal is a man who inherited his; a Democrat is a barefoot Liberal in a cross-country race; a Conservative is a Republican who has learned to read and write." (109) Though, these positions are hardly set in stone it is important to note the distinct separation between political outlook and political party. JB

2577 Cultural Issues Politics Democrat

In The Reivers Lucius Priest defines the various positions of Conservative, Liberal, Republican, and Democrat in the following manner: "Like this: a Republican is a man who made his money; a Liberal is a man who inherited his; a Democrat is a barefoot Liberal in a cross-country race; a Conservative is a Republican who has learned to read and write." (109) Though, these positions are hardly set in stone it is important to note the distinct separation between political outlook and political party. JB

2578 Cultural Issues Politics Liberal

In The Reivers Lucius Priest defines the various positions of Conservative, Liberal, Republican, and Democrat in the following manner: "Like this: a Republican is a man who made his money; a Liberal is a man who inherited his; a Democrat is a barefoot Liberal in a cross-country race; a Conservative is a Republican who has learned to read and write." (109) Though, these positions are hardly set in stone it is important to note the distinct separation between political outlook and political party. JB

2579 Cultural Issues Politics Conservative

In The Reivers Lucius Priest defines the various positions of Conservative, Liberal, Republican, and Democrat in the following manner: "Like this: a Republican is a man who made his money; a Liberal is a man who inherited his; a Democrat is a barefoot Liberal in a cross-country race; a Conservative is a Republican who has learned to read and write." (109) Though, these positions are hardly set in stone it is important to note the distinct separation between political outlook and political party. JB

2900 Cultural Issues Politics Democracy
4658 Cultural Issues Politics Public opinion
4688 Cultural Issues Politics Political ambition
4955 Cultural Issues Politics Campaigning
4971 Cultural Issues Politics Demagoguery
4979 Cultural Issues Politics Exploitative
5456 Cultural Issues Politics And race
5500 Cultural Issues Politics Progressive
5521 Cultural Issues Politics One-Party
5566 Cultural Issues Politics Local political bosses
5589 Cultural Issues Politics Corruption
512 Cultural Issues Prejudice Racism
572 Cultural Issues Prejudice White supremacy
1358 Cultural Issues Prejudice Socio-economic
3535 Cultural Issues Prejudice Infantilizing of blacks
4295 Cultural Issues Prejudice Not caring about race
4470 Cultural Issues Prejudice Anti-Semitism
4967 Cultural Issues Prejudice Anti-Catholic
5504 Cultural Issues Prejudice Anti-Asian
765 Cultural Issues Progress Roads
958 Cultural Issues Progress Clearing the land
980 Cultural Issues Progress Trains
1309 Cultural Issues Progress Country to city

To capture the movement of people from the countryside to more urban areas, including moving from Frenchman's Bend to Jefferson, as Zilphia Gant's mother and so many Snopeses do. SR

1416 Cultural Issues Progress Cars
1435 Cultural Issues Progress Elevator
1457 Cultural Issues Progress Infrastructure

This is a blanket term for any infrastructural development that happens. This is used for something that is either not covered, or when infrastructure in general improves. The specific example here is about Jefferson not being developed enough for it to have anything the Union Army might want. JB

1662 Cultural Issues Progress Historical
1665 Cultural Issues Progress Technological
1675 Cultural Issues Progress Religion
1676 Cultural Issues Progress Education
1677 Cultural Issues Progress Requirements
1684 Cultural Issues Progress Ironies of
1694 Cultural Issues Progress Frontier times
1697 Cultural Issues Progress Building structure
1703 Cultural Issues Progress Mail delivery
1706 Cultural Issues Progress Renovations

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