9 Faulkner Adam Long This has been an active year in William Faulkner scholarship, with four major book-length collections of articles, two issues of the Faulkner Journal, several Faulkner-focused sections of other major journals, and a variety of other book- and article-length treatments. A signic fi ant major- ity of these consider Faulkner alongside a specic fi contextual category— Faulkner and his geographies, Faulkner and the funeral industry, and Faulkner and the media, to name just a few. Two particular pairings stand out, both for the frequency with which they appear and for their continued prominence over the past few years. The first is Faulkner and film. This year’s contributions add an expanded emphasis on the wider “media ecology,” adding new depth to Faulkner’s relationship to the changing media landscape. The second is Faulkner and the global South. By considering Faulkner and geography more widely, several of this year’s contributions allow readers to consider the global South in wider and more complex terms. i Books: General Contexts This year saw the release of two collections of essays edited by John T. Matthews. The first of these ( The New Cambridge Companion to William Faulkner) presents Faulkner in conversation with
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