Keywords

Term ID Vocabulary Parentsort descending Term Description
636 Environment Time of Day Pre-dawn
687 Environment Time of Day Night
698 Environment Time of Day Dawn
706 Environment Time of Day Supper
747 Environment Time of Day Noon
1022 Environment Time of Day Afternoon
1060 Environment Time of Day Dusk
1220 Environment Time of Day Sunset
1433 Environment Time of Day Dinner
1856 Environment Time of Day Daybreak
2069 Environment Time of Day Daytime
2484 Environment Time of Day Evening
2555 Environment Time of Day Lunch
2710 Environment Time of Day Sunday morning
2714 Environment Time of Day Breakfast
3057 Environment Time of Day Wee hours
3310 Environment Time of Day Ten o'clock a.m.
3472 Environment Time of Day Tea
3690 Environment Time of Day Midday
3870 Environment Time of Day One o'clock p.m.
4184 Environment Time of Day Nine o'clock p.m.
4415 Environment Time of Day Saturday night
4787 Environment Time of Day Eleven o'clock
4808 Environment Time of Day Sunday
5131 Environment Time of Day Eight o'clock p.m.
5132 Environment Time of Day Saturday morning
5145 Environment Time of Day Seven o'clock p.m.
5148 Environment Time of Day Ten o'clock p.m.
5149 Environment Time of Day Eleven o'clock p.m.
5191 Environment Time of Day Sunrise
5194 Environment Time of Day Three o'clock a.m.
5195 Environment Time of Day Eight o'clock a.m.
5198 Environment Time of Day Four o'clock p.m.
544 Environment Time of Year Fall
551 Environment Time of Year Spring
611 Environment Time of Year Summer
693 Environment Time of Year Corn planting time
773 Environment Time of Year Winter
774 Environment Time of Year December
1053 Environment Time of Year Quail season
1075 Environment Time of Year Laid-by season
1197 Environment Time of Year Christmas
1199 Environment Time of Year March
1229 Environment Time of Year February
1503 Environment Time of Year New Year
1608 Environment Time of Year November
1690 Environment Time of Year July Fourth
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.

1757 Environment Time of Year Saturday
1764 Environment Time of Year June
1855 Environment Time of Year April
1958 Environment Time of Year July
1976 Environment Time of Year May
2040 Environment Time of Year Friday
2045 Environment Time of Year Hunting season
2306 Environment Time of Year Planting time
2344 Environment Time of Year Christmas Eve
2731 Environment Time of Year October
2787 Environment Time of Year September
2916 Environment Time of Year January
3163 Environment Time of Year Thursday
3208 Environment Time of Year Juneteenth
3210 Environment Time of Year Thanksgiving
3691 Environment Time of Year August
3710 Environment Time of Year Month of brides
3948 Environment Time of Year Lunar month / cycle
4147 Environment Time of Year Monday
4504 Environment Time of Year Easter
4782 Environment Time of Year Indian Summer
4850 Environment Time of Year Christmas, figuratively

Any time someone refers to Christmas in relation to it being a particularly auspicious day. In this case, it is being used by "Uncle Willy" to describe when he'll be in California (242). JB

5115 Environment Time of Year Confederate Decoration Day
5122 Environment Time of Year Tuesday
5170 Environment Time of Year Mid-week
5193 Environment Time of Year Wednesday
5241 Environment Time of Year Between planting and harvesting
5244 Environment Time of Year Harvest
5246 Environment Time of Year Between harvesting and planting
5320 Environment Time of Year April Fool's
5357 Environment Time of Year Valentine's Day
742 Aesthetics Tone Elegiac
746 Aesthetics Tone Nostalgic
998 Aesthetics Tone Humorous
1361 Aesthetics Tone Sarcastic
1370 Aesthetics Tone Farce
1386 Aesthetics Tone Absurdist
2660 Aesthetics Tone Shift
2743 Aesthetics Tone Overwrought

This label is as subjective as it is possibly contentious, yet I have created for those instances in which the tone appears too highfalutin, philosophical, or otherwise "fancy" in relation to the subject matter at hand. The specific example, is from The Reivers when Lucius Priest constantly reflects on his younger self in mock-epic fashion to describe his battles with "Virtue". JB

3085 Aesthetics Tone Ironic
3251 Aesthetics Tone Apocalyptic
3670 Aesthetics Tone Incongruous
5265 Aesthetics Tone Mock-heroic
516 Aesthetics Typography/Orthography Italics
598 Aesthetics Typography/Orthography Handwriting
933 Aesthetics Typography/Orthography Underlining
1308 Aesthetics Typography/Orthography Dots

This is for the occasions when Faulkner uses a series of dots as a feature of his prose - i.e. ". . ." or ". . . . . ." We can't call these dots ellipses, because they do not represent anything being left out of the text. The most disconcerting use of this technique is in "Miss Zilphia Gant." SR

1542 Aesthetics Typography/Orthography Inscription
1792 Aesthetics Typography/Orthography Square brackets
1963 Aesthetics Typography/Orthography Onomatopoeia
1964 Aesthetics Typography/Orthography Spacing
2017 Aesthetics Typography/Orthography All caps

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