This interdisciplinary volume examines the entry of Charles Darwin's theories of evolution into American intellectual life and the work of William Faulkner.
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About the Author
Michael Wainwright is Lecturer in American Literature and Modernism, University of Lancaster. A two time winner of the Faulkner Conference “Call for Papers,” his publications include articles for the Mississippi Quarterly and Papers on Language and Literature, in addition to chapters in Faulkner and the Ecology of the South and Faulkner’s Sexualities.
Table of ContentsLooking Across the Atlantic Hand in Hand with the Old Gentleman The Complex Temple of Sexual Politics Pangenesis and Southern Thought From Race to Ecology Philosophical Frontiers The Enemy Within Self-interest, Cooperation, and Beyond