robbing the Mother: Women in Faulkner.
Jackson: University Press in Mississippi, 1994. Small 8vo. 168pp., dj cover has photo of Faulkner, light rubbing to dj spine ends and cover edges, book spine ends are rubbed, top corners are bumped, interior clean, binding tight. "This study of Faulkner's paradoxical attitude toward women, particularly mother, will stimulate debate and concern, for his novels are shown here to have presented mothers both as a source and a threat to being and to language." Very Good in Very Good dj Cloth 0878055924 (Item ID: 108834)