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Faulkner's Subject: A Cosmos No One Owns (Cambridge Studies in American Literature and Culture) Hardcover – May 29, 1992
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"...splendid in the range of questions it raises and the number of illuminating readings it offers....Faulkner's Subject is a work of considerable scholarship....[Weinstein's] study will be indispensable for further ideological analyses." John N. Duvall, Mississippi Quarterly
"Weinstein's readings of all four novels are sensitive, subtle, and at times even impassioned." Susan V. Donaldson, Journal of American History
"Philip Weinstein has written a brilliant, candid, timely book, not just about Faulkner as a writer but also about Faulkner as a changing institution of reading and teaching." Richard C. Moreland, Modern Fiction Stories
Faulkner's Subject: A Cosmos No One Owns offers a reading of William Faulkner by viewing his masterpieces through the lens of current critical theory. The book addresses both the power of his work and the current theoretical issues that call that power into question.