Term IDsort ascending Vocabulary Parent Term Description
1769 Environment Place Penitentiary
1768 Environment Place Capitol
1767 Environment Place Capital
1766 Actions Legal Pardon
1765 Cultural Issues Health and Illness Pneumonia
1764 Environment Time of Year June
1763 Actions Movement Train
1762 Cultural Issues Law Miscarriage of justice
1761 Cultural Issues Education Illiteracy
1760 Environment Place Classroom
1759 Cultural Issues Education Rural school
1758 Actions Legal Arraign
1757 Environment Time of Year Saturday
1756 Environment Public Filling Station
1755 Actions Verbal Speech

Any time someone give a speech, in this case Monk. JB

1754 Actions Interaction, Social Charity

Here charity is understood as a communal act and is therefore a social interaction. JB

1753 Actions Moral Grave-digging or -violating

This is any time when someone is either digging a grave, or trying to disinter a body in a grave. I'm thinking of Mink moving Houston's body in The Hamlet and the Hound, but also Monk trying to dig up his grandmother in Monk.

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.

1751 Aesthetics Narrative Delayed revelation

Any time in a narrative where something happens, but the exact nature of the event is not revealed till some time later. Faulkner uses this technique quite often. The example here is from Monk, where Monk had apparently been living in a house for several months, but the town does not find out about it until months later.

1750 Actions Violent Threatening
1749 Actions Movement Swimming
1748 Cultural Issues Law Jury
1747 Cultural Issues Crime Vagrancy
1746 Cultural Issues Crime Gambling
1745 Cultural Issues Law Alienating

Any time the legal system alienates a person caught up in it, whether the person is guilty or not. The direct example here is Monk, but Mink Snopes is equally alienated, because he does not understand how the system works and suffers more dire consequences because of it.

1744 Cultural Issues Clothes Vest
1743 Actions Bodily Hungering
1742 Actions Verbal Hushing
1741 Themes and Motifs Absence/Loss Separation
1740 Themes and Motifs Body Stomach/belly
1739 Themes and Motifs Animals Chickens/roosters
1738 Actions Movement Random
1737 Cultural Issues Government Secrecy
1736 Actions Bodily Eating supper
1735 Cultural Issues Government Federal laws and regulations
1734 Cultural Issues Government US Bureau of Indian Affairs
1733 Cultural Issues Government US Post Office
1732 Cultural Issues Government As source of money
1731 Themes and Motifs Texts Ledger
1730 Cultural Issues Cultural Identity America and opportunity
1729 Actions Interaction, Social Civic discussion
1728 Environment Place Wilderness-civilized boundary
1727 Cultural Issues Clothes And race
1726 Actions Perceptual Watching
1725 Themes and Motifs Absence/Loss Disappearance
1724 Actions Interaction, Social Incarcerating
1723 Themes and Motifs Money In prospect
1722 Cultural Issues Government Municipal meeting
1721 Themes and Motifs Money Reward
1720 Cultural Issues Identity, Personal On frontier
1719 Themes and Motifs Animals Race horse
1718 Cultural Issues Violence Lynching
1717 Actions Legal Locking up
1716 Cultural Issues Government Right of secession
1715 Aesthetics Symbolism Created by characters
1714 Environment Auditory Postal horn
1713 Cultural Issues Government National authority
1712 Cultural Issues War War of 1812
1711 Cultural Issues War American Revolution
1710 Cultural Issues Health and Illness Arthritis
1709 Themes and Motifs Texts Newspapers
1708 Cultural Issues Progress Frontier to civilization
1707 Actions Movement Constant
1706 Cultural Issues Progress Renovations
1705 Themes and Motifs Texts Letter of protest
1704 Actions Interaction, Social Civic dispute
1703 Cultural Issues Progress Mail delivery
1702 Themes and Motifs Naming Place name
1701 Actions Interaction, Social Making progress
1700 Themes and Motifs Objects Padlock
1699 Aesthetics Allusion, Historical James, Jesse
1698 Aesthetics Allusion, Historical Dillinger, John
1697 Cultural Issues Progress Building structure
1696 Environment Place Frontier
1695 Themes and Motifs Values Liberty
1694 Cultural Issues Progress Frontier times
1693 Cultural Issues Identity, Personal Ambiguous
1692 Aesthetics Interpretation Ambiguity
1691 Actions Interaction, Social Barbecue
1690 Environment Time of Year July Fourth
1689 Themes and Motifs Chaos/Order Accident
1688 Aesthetics Interpretation Debunking story
1687 Aesthetics Narrative Parentheses
1686 Aesthetics Allusion, Mythical Damocles sword
1685 Aesthetics Allusion, Historical Napoleon
1684 Cultural Issues Progress Ironies of
1683 Actions Interaction, Social Marketing
1682 Actions Interaction, Social Frontier life
1681 Themes and Motifs Objects Iron box
1680 Actions Work Building structure
1679 Actions Legal Record keeping
1678 Themes and Motifs Texts Civic records
1677 Cultural Issues Progress Requirements
1676 Cultural Issues Progress Education
1675 Cultural Issues Progress Religion
1674 Cultural Issues History Indian Removal
1673 Environment Public Pioneer settlement
1672 Cultural Issues History Founding fathers
1671 Themes and Motifs Story-telling Old days
1670 Cultural Issues Clothes Veil