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Where can I find some criticism about Willam Faulkner's short story "That Evening Sun"?

Last Updated: Dec 10, 2012  |  42 Views

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Follow the link below to the COM Library literature databases, then select a database to search.  Ebsco: Academic Search Complete and Gale: Literature Resources are typically good places to start.

In Ebsco: Academic Search Complete, try starting with a search for faulkner AND "that evening sun".  From there you can limit the search with the options on the left side of the screen.

In Gale, select Works Search, enter the title of the story, and then select the result with Faulkner's name.

GVRL eBooks has an entry from Short Stories for Students that you can find by searching for Faulkner's name and the title of the story.

There are also several books available at COM Library about Faulkner.  Follow the link below to WorldCat and search for Faulkner "that evening sun".  You also could limit your search to eBooks through the link to our database below.  In the eBook database, try the same search as you would in Academic Search Complete: faulkner AND "that evening sun".  You can then open an eBook's full text and search for evening sun through the option on the top right of the screen, which will show all instances in the book where the words appear.

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