Keywords

Term ID Vocabulary Parentsort descending Term Description
535 Cultural Issues War Death
616 Cultural Issues War Wound
718 Cultural Issues War Defeat
735 Cultural Issues War World War II
737 Cultural Issues War Union Army
763 Cultural Issues War Surrender
772 Cultural Issues War Refuge
791 Cultural Issues War Confederate Army
796 Cultural Issues War Homefront
800 Cultural Issues War Women
894 Cultural Issues War Deployment
897 Cultural Issues War Aerial combat
935 Cultural Issues War Patriotism
963 Cultural Issues War Return
978 Cultural Issues War World War I
993 Cultural Issues War Draft
1108 Cultural Issues War Mercenary
1456 Cultural Issues War Unity

This keyword describes the way in which war calls upon disparate people to fight for the same ideal. The specific example this is based on is Southerners ultimately fighting in the United States army in later wars, but could also described the camaraderie between allied nations. Joost Burgers

1458 Cultural Issues War Pillage
1460 Cultural Issues War Strategy

Although technically strategy and tactics are two different elements of war, for the time being they have been collapsed into the same keyword unless there are really nuanced discussions of either in Faulkner. JB

1478 Cultural Issues War Deprivation

Individuals or groups who have been deprived of resources and comfort. JB

1487 Cultural Issues War Spoils
1505 Cultural Issues War Fog of War
1508 Cultural Issues War Insubordination
1711 Cultural Issues War American Revolution
1712 Cultural Issues War War of 1812
1808 Cultural Issues War Scorched-earth policy

This refers specifically to the events describing the destruction of Southern plantations, cities, railroads, etc., by Union forces during the Civil War. Frequently the narratives associate these actions directly with "Sherman," a hated name in Faulkner's South.

1962 Cultural Issues War Capture
2101 Cultural Issues War Civil War
2133 Cultural Issues War Displacement
2134 Cultural Issues War Demotion
2142 Cultural Issues War Spanish American War
2492 Cultural Issues War Revenge
2520 Cultural Issues War Going to war
2546 Cultural Issues War Stolen valor

Whenever someone claims to have fought in a war, but it is implied that he (always he) did not do so. This comes up quite a bit in Faulkner. JB

2633 Cultural Issues War Return from war
2665 Cultural Issues War Draft evasion / Draft dodging
2686 Cultural Issues War Return to war
2702 Cultural Issues War Destruction
2705 Cultural Issues War Sabotage
2756 Cultural Issues War Reconstruction
2850 Cultural Issues War Trenches
2861 Cultural Issues War Mexican
3408 Cultural Issues War Grand Army of the Republic / G.A.R.
3432 Cultural Issues War Noncombatant
3436 Cultural Issues War Peace
3490 Cultural Issues War Civil War consequences
3635 Cultural Issues War Recuperation
3637 Cultural Issues War Plunder
3708 Cultural Issues War Military rank of general
4077 Cultural Issues War Royal Air Force
4079 Cultural Issues War U.S. Army
4181 Cultural Issues War As metaphor
4212 Cultural Issues War Psychological effects
4222 Cultural Issues War Prisoner
4228 Cultural Issues War Military awards
4274 Cultural Issues War Military reassignment
4275 Cultural Issues War Casualties of war
4276 Cultural Issues War Cost of war
4397 Cultural Issues War Bivouac fires
4407 Cultural Issues War Profiting from war
4561 Cultural Issues War Glorification
4695 Cultural Issues War On homefront
4763 Cultural Issues War Desertion
4772 Cultural Issues War Retreat
4776 Cultural Issues War Rules of engagement
4784 Cultural Issues War Military service

Whenever a character did or did not serve in the military during war. In this case, it is Redmond in The Unvanquished (225), but another example is Percy Grimm. JHB

4823 Cultural Issues War Campaign
4824 Cultural Issues War Irregular troop
4828 Cultural Issues War Violence against civilians
4911 Cultural Issues War Refugee
4916 Cultural Issues War Indian / Native American wars
4927 Cultural Issues War Jacobite Rebellion
4976 Cultural Issues War Korean War
4977 Cultural Issues War As educational
702 Environment Weather Rain
780 Environment Weather Cold
1784 Environment Weather Heat
1786 Environment Weather Sun
1911 Environment Weather Sunshine
2115 Environment Weather Frost
2153 Environment Weather Mild
2224 Environment Weather Warmth
2273 Environment Weather Storm
2493 Environment Weather Cloud
2747 Environment Weather Snow
3545 Environment Weather Flood
3784 Environment Weather Coolness
4163 Environment Weather Perfect Weather

Perfect, that is, for the context - which can either mean clear sunlight OR pitch darkness, frost or rain. Whenever the weather feels right. For the dawn of the hunt in "Race at Morning," it means "cold and bright" (297).

4202 Environment Weather Fog
523 Actions Work Prosecuting
658 Actions Work Washing clothes
813 Actions Work Farming
885 Actions Work Blacksmith
887 Actions Work Tailor
888 Actions Work Carpenter
900 Actions Work Gardening
902 Actions Work Chopping wood
986 Actions Work Law enforcement
1134 Actions Work Lawyering

Performing any sort of work as an attorney at law. JW

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