'A knight comes suddenly out of nowhere—out of the west, if you like—and checks the queen and the castle all in that same ... rapping out the brittle splattering syllables, until at last Captain Gualdres made a motion, KNIGHT's GAMBIT [229.
Author: William Faulkner
Gavin Stevens, the wise and forbearing student of crime and the folk ways of Yoknapatawpha County, Mississippi, plays the major role in these six stories of violence. In each, Stevens’ sharp insights and ingenious detection uncover the underlying motives.
Pq-17: a Sea Story John Alfred Barrett. THE KNIGHT'S GAMBIT THE KNIGHT'S GAMBIT PQ-17: A SEA STORY JOHN ALFRED BARRETT, Front Cover.
Author: John Alfred Barrett
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
The melodious thrill of the calvary charge is absent here. Only the cold impersonal movement of human chess pieces guided by ignorance and error creates scenes of devastation. And through it all anonymous heroism as men struggle to serve their respective nations and loyally do their duty. Men go to sea because they are poor and not because they are dreamers. During the Great Depression young workers thought it heaven to have a job that provided food and shelter and enabled them to save a little money. It was the foundation of the authors engineering career. His youthful vigor found him a wife, and a college education after he left the sea.
Manuscripts 18 : Knight's Gambit . ) Thus , in the discussions of the stories in this chapter , the references will be to the Knight's Gambit text . 19. Lawrence H. Schwartz discusses the correspondence between Faulkner and Random House ...
Author: J. Kenneth Van Dover
Publisher: Popular Press
Category: Literary Criticism
Isn't Justice Always Unfair? explores the uncommonly long and uncommonly rich relationship between the fictional detective and his or her South. It covers the satires and parodies of Mark Twain, the stories of Melville Davisson Post and Irvin S. Cobb, and includes the many writers who are using the detective story to compose inquiries into the character of life in the South today. At the center of the book lies an analysis of William Faulkner's exploitation of the genre.
Davidson's Attack [ in Evans's Gambit ] , De Jaenisch's counter Gambit [ in Ruy Lopez's Knight's Game ] , De Rivière's counter Attack [ in Kieseritzky's Gambit ] , . Double Gambit [ in Two K. Bishop's Opening ] , Irregular Openings ...
KNIGHT'S GAMBIT 217 “ that gorilla , that thug , down here from Memphis " ; and the murderer of Lonnie Grinnup is hiding out in rural Yoknapatawpha County , it was said , not from the police but from some of his Memphis friends or later ...
Author: Robert W. Hamblin
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
Category: Biography & Autobiography
In a distillation of the extensive research on William Faulkner and his work, Hamblin and Peek's book is an authoritative guide to the author's life, literature, and legacy. Arranged alphabetically, the entries in this reference discuss Faulkner's works and major characters and themes, as well as the literary and cultural contexts in which his texts were conceived, written, and published. There are also entries for relatives, friends, and other persons important to Faulkner's biography; historical events, persons, and places; social and cultural developments; and literary and philosophical terms and movements. Entries are written by expert contributors and most provide bibliographic information for further study. The volume closes with a bibliography and detailed index.
WILLIAM FAULKNER (1949) Consisting of five short stories and a NOVELLA, WILLIAM FAULKNER's Knight's Gambit was published in 1949. Called “the GAVIN STEVENS volume” by Faulkner, Knight's Gambit is essentially a collection of murder ...
Author: Abby H. P. Werlock
Publisher: Infobase Publishing
Category: American literature
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Davidson's Attack [ in Evans's Gambit ] , De Jaenisch's counter Gambit [ in Ruy Lopez's Knight's Game ] , De Rivière's counter Attack [ in Kieseritzky's Gambit ] , . Double Gambit [ in Two K. Bishop's Opening ] , ,, Irregular Openings ...
Author: Thomas LONG (B.A., of Dublin University.)Publish On: 1871
Davidson's Attack [ in Evans's Gambit ) , 95 De Jaenisch's counter Gambit [ in Ruy Lopez's Knight's Game ] , 47 De Rivière's counter Attack [ in Kieseritzky's Gambit ] , 150 Double Gambit [ in Two K. Bishop's .
On the publication history of the stories in Knight's Gambit, see Thomas L. McHaney, ed., William Faulkner Manuscripts 18: “Knight's Gambit”: Typescripts and Miscellaneous Typescript Pages (New York: Garland, 1987), vii–xiv.
Author: Jay Watson
Publisher: Univ. Press of Mississippi
Category: Literary Criticism
With contributions by: Greg Barnhisel, John N. Duvall, Kristin Fujie, Sarah E. Gardner, Jaime Harker, Kristi Rowan Humphreys, Robert Jackson, Mary A. Knighton, Jennifer Nolan, Carl Rollyson, Tim A. Ryan, Jay Satterfield, Erin A. Smith, and Yung-Hsing Wu William Faulkner's first ventures into print culture began far from the world of highbrow New York publishing houses such as Boni & Liveright or Random House and little magazines such as the Double Dealer. With that diverse publishing history in mind, this collection explores Faulkner's multifaceted engagements, as writer and reader, with the US and international print cultures of his era, along with how these cultures have mediated his relationship with various twentieth- and twenty-first-century audiences. These essays address the place of Faulkner and his writings in the creation, design, publishing, marketing, reception, and collecting of books, in the culture of twentieth-century magazines, journals, newspapers, and other periodicals (from pulp to avant-garde), in the history of modern readers and readerships, and in the construction and cultural politics of literary authorship. Several contributors focus on Faulkner's sensational 1931 novel Sanctuary to illustrate the author's multifaceted relationship to the print ecology of his time, tracing the novel's path from the wellsprings of Faulkner's artistic vision to the novel's reception among reviewers, tastemakers, intellectuals, and other readers of the early 1930s. Other essayists discuss Faulkner's early notices, the Saturday Review of Literature, Saturday Evening Post, men's magazines of the 1950s, and Cold War modernism.
Knight's. Gambit. Collection of five previously published short stories and an eponymous novella, published by Random House on November 27, 1949. SYNOPSIS In “Smoke,” crabbed, violent Anselm Holland Sr. (Old Anse) is found dead with his ...
Author: A. Nicholas Fargnoli
Publisher: Infobase Publishing
Category: Electronic books
As I Lay Dying; Light in August; The Sound and the Fury; Absalom, Absalom!; "The Bear"; and many others.