WNM2 testing in As I Lay Dying (Location)

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WNM2 testing in The Sound and the Fury (Location)

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French Lick, Indiana in The Sound and the Fury (Location)

French Lick, where Mrs. Compson takes Caddy to find a husband, is a town in southern Indiana. Since before the Civil War it has been well-known as a resort community with hotels and spas built up around its sulfur springs.

French Lick, Indiana

French Lick, where Mrs. Compson takes Caddy to find a husband in The Sound and the Fury, is a town in southern Indiana. Since before the Civil War it has been well-known as a resort community with hotels and spas built up around its sulfur springs.

Cambridge: Harvard University

The oldest university in the United States and the institution in which Quentin Compson matriculates because, as his father tells him, "for you to go to Harvard has been your mothers dream since you were born" (178). The second section of The Sound and the Fury - "June 2, 1910" - begins there, when Quentin wakes up there in the dorm room he shares with Shreve, and ends there as well, when Quentin leaves the room for the last time.

"The Unvanquished", 89 (Event)

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"The Unvanquished", 87 (Event)

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Varner

The character Will Varner will appear in ten later texts. In this novel, all that appears is his name, attached to his store in Frenchman's Bend: "Varner's store" is one of the local landmarks that Byron passes on his flight from Yoknapatawpha (278).

Jefferson Cemetery Monuments in The Mansion (Location)

This novel briefly refers back to an event that is described much more elaborately in The Town, when the Eula Snopes' memorial at the cemetery is completed with the edition of the medallion of her face that her daughter Linda and Gavin Stevens arranged to have carved in Italy and fixed to the "white monument" that her husband Flem erected over her grave, with its profoundly ironic tribute to her as his "virtuous wife" (165-66).

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