Term ID Vocabularysort descending Parent Term Description
5624 Aesthetics Diction Derogatory socio-economic term
1099 Aesthetics (First level term) Description
2374 Aesthetics Figures of Speech Desert island
4749 Aesthetics Genre Conventions Detective fiction
3281 Aesthetics Typography/Orthography Dialogue with no quotation marks
5467 Aesthetics Allusion, Literary Dickens, Charles
3782 Aesthetics Allusion, Literary Dickinson, Emily
3230 Aesthetics Allusion, Historical Dickson
407 Aesthetics (First level term) Diction
1698 Aesthetics Allusion, Historical Dillinger, John
5245 Aesthetics Allusion, Mythical Dionysus
1902 Aesthetics Figures of Speech Disease
4868 Aesthetics Narrative Disruption
1930 Aesthetics Allusion, Biblical Divine intervention
1936 Aesthetics Allusion, Mythical Djinn
5562 Aesthetics Allusion, Geographical Doddsville, Mississippi
2387 Aesthetics Allusion, Literary Don Juan
4302 Aesthetics Allusion, Literary Don Quixote
4527 Aesthetics Allusion, Literary Donne, John
5039 Aesthetics Recurring Episodes Doom becomes chief
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

849 Aesthetics Diction Double entendre
2189 Aesthetics Allusion, Mythical Dragon's teeth
3511 Aesthetics Figures of Speech Drained marsh
3759 Aesthetics Figures of Speech Drama / Theatre imagery
4520 Aesthetics Typography/Orthography Drawing of an eye
5010 Aesthetics Typography/Orthography Drawing of delta
3460 Aesthetics Allusion, Historical Dreiser, Theodore
5063 Aesthetics Recurring Episodes Driving to Goodwin's
4393 Aesthetics Allusion, Historical Duke John of Lorraine
1878 Aesthetics Allusion, Literary Dumas, Alexandre
3295 Aesthetics Allusion, Historical Dumas, Alexandre
3236 Aesthetics Allusion, Geographical Dunquerque
5429 Aesthetics Allusion, Literary East Lynne
4633 Aesthetics Language eeeeeeeeeeeeeee
4518 Aesthetics Allusion, Geographical Egypt
4492 Aesthetics Allusion, Historical Einstein, Albert
2032 Aesthetics Figures of Speech Electricity
742 Aesthetics Tone Elegiac
3158 Aesthetics Allusion, Literary Eliot, T. S.
1425 Aesthetics Language Ellipsis
1049 Aesthetics Intertextuality Embedded text, cursive

This term was created In reference to the names "George Wilkins" and "Nathalie Beauchamp" written by hand on the wedding license in "Point of Law." JW

1180 Aesthetics Intertextuality Embedded text, lettering
3912 Aesthetics Figures of Speech Embroidery
3218 Aesthetics Allusion, Historical Emperor Maximilian
2707 Aesthetics Allusion, Geographical England
1637 Aesthetics Narrative Epiphany
3220 Aesthetics Allusion, Mythical Erinys
5047 Aesthetics Recurring Episodes Etching name on window
3927 Aesthetics Diction Ethnic slur
4088 Aesthetics Allusion, Mythical Euboeleus / Eubuleus
5071 Aesthetics Recurring Episodes Eula's medallion unveiled
5442 Aesthetics Allusion, Geographical Europe
2617 Aesthetics Allusion, Biblical Eve
4322 Aesthetics Allusion, Biblical Exodus
760 Aesthetics Figures of Speech Exoticism
4963 Aesthetics Interpretation Explanatory passage
1661 Aesthetics Allusion, Historical Explorers
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

915 Aesthetics Figures of Speech Eyes
1204 Aesthetics Description Eyes
1545 Aesthetics Figures of Speech Face
2611 Aesthetics Narrative Fantasy

Whenever a narrator engages in an event that she or he knows to be pure fantasy or wish fulfillment. JC

1370 Aesthetics Tone Farce
1278 Aesthetics Allusion, Mythical Fate
2802 Aesthetics Intertextuality Faulkner text
2300 Aesthetics Allusion, Literary Faustus
3789 Aesthetics Allusion, Mythical Female monsters
3692 Aesthetics Figures of Speech Fertilise / Fertility imagery
5107 Aesthetics Allusion, Literary Fielding, Henry
5314 Aesthetics Allusion, Historical Fields, Lew

Part of the vaudeville comedy duo Weber and Fields. JHB

408 Aesthetics (First level term) Figures of Speech
3872 Aesthetics Figures of Speech Fire
4054 Aesthetics Symbolism Fire
5042 Aesthetics Recurring Episodes First settlers arrive
490 Aesthetics Narrative First-person
494 Aesthetics Narrative First-person passim
3131 Aesthetics Narrative First-person passim throughout section
504 Aesthetics Narrative First-person plural passim
487 Aesthetics Narrative First-person vernacular
488 Aesthetics Narrative First-person vernacular passim
2621 Aesthetics Figures of Speech Fish
5119 Aesthetics Allusion, Literary Fitzgerald, F. Scott
1533 Aesthetics Figures of Speech Flag
5060 Aesthetics Recurring Episodes Flem and Eula marry
5215 Aesthetics Recurring Episodes Flem reaches Jefferson
3299 Aesthetics Figures of Speech Flood imagery
5366 Aesthetics Allusion, Geographical Florida
4373 Aesthetics Figures of Speech Food and drink imagery
2290 Aesthetics Allusion, Historical Ford, Henry
4042 Aesthetics Language Foreign accent / dialect
3827 Aesthetics Language Foreign language
3038 Aesthetics Narrative Foreshadowing
5108 Aesthetics Allusion, Literary Forever Amber
1486 Aesthetics Allusion, Historical Forrest, Nathan Bedford
4785 Aesthetics Allusion, Geographical Fort Moultrie, South Carolina
2327 Aesthetics Allusion, Historical Fort Sumter
3289 Aesthetics Language Fragments
1659 Aesthetics Narrative Frame

Though somewhat obvious, this refers to a "nested" narrative where a story is told by someone to someone else. The example here is the opening of The Reivers, where the entire text is framed as being told to Lucius III by Lucius II. JB

1265 Aesthetics Allusion, Geographical France