Term ID Vocabularysort descending Parent Term Description
1937 Aesthetics Figures of Speech Tornado
1939 Aesthetics Figures of Speech Replica
1949 Aesthetics Figures of Speech Breath
1959 Aesthetics Style Cubism
1963 Aesthetics Typography/Orthography Onomatopoeia
1964 Aesthetics Typography/Orthography Spacing
1973 Aesthetics Description Tableau
1975 Aesthetics Narrative Second-person directed

Whenever the narrator of the text refers to "you" as a specific subject or auditor, as is the case with Lucius II referring to Lucius III in the Reivers. This is slightly more nuanced than storytelling, which is generic. Instead this is a narrative crafted with a particular auditor in mind.

1981 Aesthetics Figures of Speech Personification
1989 Aesthetics Narrative Revision
1990 Aesthetics Allusion, Literary Ancient Greek Chorus
1991 Aesthetics Figures of Speech Clay
2015 Aesthetics Narrative Reconstructed
2017 Aesthetics Typography/Orthography All caps
2032 Aesthetics Figures of Speech Electricity
2057 Aesthetics Allusion, Biblical Moses
2079 Aesthetics Allusion, Historical John L. Sullivan
2081 Aesthetics Narrative Reported narration

For when a character reports what some other character has told him/her about something that has happened - typically for things that the narrator was not present to see in person. -JBP

2085 Aesthetics Narrative Present-time reference

For when a character switches from past-tense narration (about past events) to refer to the present time and/or how he/she feels "now." -JBP

2091 Aesthetics Figures of Speech Rain
2095 Aesthetics Figures of Speech Seed
2096 Aesthetics Narrative Chronological enjambment

When the narrative apposes two chronologically distant moments in a single sentence, right on top of each other.

2103 Aesthetics Genre Conventions Melodrama
2105 Aesthetics Allusion, Historical Richard I of England
2130 Aesthetics Figures of Speech Metonym
2140 Aesthetics Figures of Speech Scientific

To be used for figures of speech drawn from science (for example, references to osmosis, astronomy, or Darwinian evolution) - CR

2144 Aesthetics Allusion, Geographical Cuba
2156 Aesthetics Figures of Speech Military terminology
2163 Aesthetics Allusion, Biblical Noah/flood
2164 Aesthetics Allusion, Historical Caesar, Julius
2165 Aesthetics Allusion, Historical Crusades
2167 Aesthetics Allusion, Geographical Chicago
2168 Aesthetics Allusion, Historical Monroe, Marilyn
2169 Aesthetics Allusion, Historical Harlow, Jean
2170 Aesthetics Allusion, Historical Grable, Betty
2173 Aesthetics Allusion, Biblical Mary
2182 Aesthetics Narrative Quotation as thought

For when a text says a character "thinks" or "thought" something - often as a passage in quotation marks but also sometimes in italics. In those cases, perhaps the "Italics" keyword should also be applied. JBP

2187 Aesthetics Allusion, Literary Bluebeard
2189 Aesthetics Allusion, Mythical Dragon's teeth
2190 Aesthetics Allusion, Mythical Clytemnestra
2191 Aesthetics Allusion, Literary Greek tragedy
2203 Aesthetics Allusion, Literary Negro spirituals
2211 Aesthetics Narrative Unreliable narrator
2212 Aesthetics Narrative Stream of consciousness narration
2222 Aesthetics Figures of Speech Animals compared to people
2230 Aesthetics Language Hymn
2244 Aesthetics Recurring Episodes Recurring event, intratextual

When Faulkner refers to or re-writes an event more than once inside a single text, for example the four references to Caddy's muddy drawers in Benjy and Quentin's sections of The Sound and the Fury. SR

2245 Aesthetics Recurring Episodes Recurring event, intertextual

When Faulkner in one text refers to or re-writes an event that also occurs in other text(s), for example the account of Miss Quentin climbing down the pear tree (in The Sound and the Fury) or the rain pipe (as the same event has it in the "Appendix" and The Mansion. SR

2246 Aesthetics Allusion, Mythical Juno
2270 Aesthetics Description Animate/Inanimate
2284 Aesthetics Language Hee hee hee
2287 Aesthetics Figures of Speech Expression

Any common expression, saying, or proverb that Faulkner uses. For example, "cat on a hot stove" or "sticks out like a horse in a duck pond." JB

2290 Aesthetics Allusion, Historical Ford, Henry
2291 Aesthetics Language Profanity

Any time a character uses profanity. JB

2293 Aesthetics Allusion, Geographical University of Mississippi
2300 Aesthetics Allusion, Literary Faustus
2307 Aesthetics Typography/Orthography Lack of Punctuation
2309 Aesthetics Allusion, Mythical Shades
2312 Aesthetics Allusion, Mythical Styx
2313 Aesthetics Figures of Speech Butterfly
2315 Aesthetics Narrative Summary
2318 Aesthetics Figures of Speech Woodpile
2319 Aesthetics Figures of Speech Stage manager
2320 Aesthetics Allusion, Literary Macbeth
2321 Aesthetics Allusion, Mythical Phoenix
2323 Aesthetics Metafictional Picture/image
2326 Aesthetics Allusion, Historical Lincoln, Abraham
2327 Aesthetics Allusion, Historical Fort Sumter
2328 Aesthetics Figures of Speech Sacrifice
2329 Aesthetics Figures of Speech Military analogy
2336 Aesthetics Figures of Speech Moth
2341 Aesthetics Allusion, Literary Vampire
2345 Aesthetics Figures of Speech Thunderclap
2352 Aesthetics Allusion, Biblical Satan
2354 Aesthetics Allusion, Historical Scythian
2357 Aesthetics Allusion, Historical Roman consul
2365 Aesthetics Allusion, Literary Arabian Nights
2367 Aesthetics Figures of Speech Talisman
2370 Aesthetics Figures of Speech Bloom
2371 Aesthetics Metafictional Projection
2372 Aesthetics Allusion, Geographical Memphis, Tennessee
2374 Aesthetics Figures of Speech Desert island
2375 Aesthetics Allusion, Geographical New Orleans, Louisiana
2376 Aesthetics Metafictional Signs
2380 Aesthetics Allusion, Literary Lothario
2387 Aesthetics Allusion, Literary Don Juan
2390 Aesthetics Allusion, Biblical God / Jehovah
2391 Aesthetics Allusion, Biblical Saint
2392 Aesthetics Figures of Speech Planting
2393 Aesthetics Figures of Speech Photography
2397 Aesthetics Figures of Speech Medical / Surgical
2404 Aesthetics Allusion, Historical Bull Run
2445 Aesthetics Allusion, Geographical New York
2458 Aesthetics Allusion, Historical Demosthenes
2489 Aesthetics Allusion, Geographical Gulf Coast
2506 Aesthetics Symbolism Christian
2507 Aesthetics Style Present tense
2551 Aesthetics Description Landscape
2552 Aesthetics Genre Conventions Comedy
2556 Aesthetics Allusion, Historical Rubicon