Term IDsort ascending Vocabulary Parent Term Description
1617 Cultural Issues Age Old age
1616 Actions Hunting Waiting
1615 Themes and Motifs Objects Antlers
1614 Actions Hunting Breaking camp
1613 Themes and Motifs Appearance Perspective

I added this for "The Old People," 206.5, to describe how the narrator sees Sam Fathers growing smaller and smaller as the hunting party leaves him behind. I don't really like the term that I chose but I couldn't think of anything else. LW

1612 Actions Emotional Self-doubt
1611 Actions Hunting Rabbit hunting
1610 Actions Hunting Teaching
1609 Themes and Motifs Appearance Inscrutable

I added this for "The Old People," 205.3, to reflect the lack of emotion that Sam Fathers shows. LW

1608 Environment Time of Year November
1607 Actions Hunting Possum
1606 Aesthetics Diction Native American languages

I created this for "The Old People," 204.2, because the emphasis is on the "old tongue" that Sam Fathers speaks. LW

1605 Aesthetics Diction Hill dialect
1604 Actions Bodily Squatting
1603 Actions Economic Carpentry
1602 Actions Economic Blacksmithing
1601 Actions Movement Running away
1600 Cultural Issues Race Native American

I added this in addition to the more specific Indian tribal identifications because I thought that it would be useful to have a larger umbrella term for users searching for Faulkner's Native American material. LW

1599 Actions Emotional Excitement
1598 Actions Bodily Drinking
1597 Actions Bodily Thirsting
1596 Themes and Motifs Community Crowd
1595 Environment Natural Swamp
1594 Relationships Hierarchical Master-slave
1593 Actions Bodily Decomposition
1592 Cultural Issues Religion Totem
1591 Actions Non-human Attack
1590 Themes and Motifs Animals Snake
1589 Environment Atmospheric Doom
1588 Cultural Issues Violence Killing animal
1587 Cultural Issues Race Miscegenation
1586 Actions Bodily Panting
1585 Cultural Issues History Great Migration

This term is widely used by historians to refer to the movement of some six million African Americans out of the South and into the urban North and West between the First World War and the 1960s. Samuel Worsham Beauchamp, who in the 1930s leaves Yoknapatawpha to live in Chicago in "Go Down, Moses," is an example of a character who participates in the Great Migration. SR

1584 Cultural Issues Race Segregation
1583 Themes and Motifs Values Love
1582 Cultural Issues Region North
1581 Relationships Interracial Marriage
1580 Cultural Issues Sexuality Interracial
1579 Cultural Issues Segregation Marriage
1578 Actions Work Teaching
1577 Cultural Issues Race Racial spheres

TMT: I created this keyword to highlight the differences between the young woman's racial experience in the North and the South, where certain kinds of labor are done by certain races--in this case, taking in laundry by black women.

1576 Relationships Familial Extended family
1575 Relationships Interracial Romantic
1574 Cultural Issues Region The West
1573 Relationships Romantic Extra-marital
1572 Actions Perceptual Ambiguity
1571 Themes and Motifs Values Bad conduct
1570 Actions Communication Without words

When someone communicates by means of something other than words (written or spoken); for example, the envelope full of money Boyd wants Ike to give his mistress, or the verbena that Drusilla leaves on Bayard's pillow.

1569 Cultural Issues Hunting and Fishing Misconduct
1568 Relationships Interspecies Man-nature
1567 Cultural Issues Nationality Old vs New World
1566 Actions Emotional Restlessness
1565 Cultural Issues Sexuality Desire
1564 Cultural Issues Race Shadow of Negro
1563 Actions Perceptual Misreading
1562 Relationships Familial Surrogate
1561 Themes and Motifs Home In nature
1560 Aesthetics Symbolism Blood
1559 Themes and Motifs Values Good conduct
1557 Relationships Interracial Indian-white
1556 Cultural Issues History Civil War as point of reference
1555 Themes and Motifs Past Grander than present
1554 Relationships Interspecies Man-horse
1553 Actions Hunting Setting up camp
1552 Actions Bodily Going to bed
1551 Relationships Interracial Master-servant
1550 Themes and Motifs Naming Using Indians as names
1549 Themes and Motifs Time Travel back in time
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

1547 Aesthetics Figures of Speech Tomb
1546 Themes and Motifs Objects Crystal
1545 Aesthetics Figures of Speech Face
1544 Themes and Motifs Art Painting
1543 Themes and Motifs Objects Toilet set
1542 Aesthetics Typography/Orthography Inscription
1541 Themes and Motifs Recurring Tropes Scandal
1540 Relationships Institutional Minister and parishioner
1539 Actions Interaction, Social Visiting
1538 Cultural Issues Clothes Glove
1537 Themes and Motifs Death Suicide
1536 Actions Economic Delivery
1535 Themes and Motifs Animals Rat
1534 Cultural Issues Law Regulation
1533 Aesthetics Figures of Speech Flag
1532 Themes and Motifs Objects Poison
1531 Themes and Motifs Values Dignity
1530 Cultural Issues Identity, Cultural Yankee
1529 Actions Work Construction
1528 Cultural Issues Government Contract
1527 Themes and Motifs Objects Stained glass window
1526 Aesthetics Allusion, Biblical Angel
1525 Themes and Motifs Objects Corpse
1524 Actions Emotional Pity
1523 Cultural Issues Gender Patriarchy
1522 Themes and Motifs Objects Horsewhip
1521 Cultural Issues Health and Illness Mental illness
1520 Themes and Motifs Story-telling Audience response
1519 Relationships Interracial Child-adult
1518 Cultural Issues Violence Interracial
1517 Themes and Motifs Objects Dulcimer