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" It was of the men, not white nor black nor red, but men, hunters with the will and hardihood to endure and the humility and skill to survive... "
Women & Guns: Politics and the Culture of Firearms in America - Página 34
por Deborah Homsher - 2000 - 256 páginas
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Do the Americas Have a Common Literature?

Gustavo Pérez Firmat - 1990 - 394 páginas
...activity of dignified hunting in the woods which we see at the beginning of "The Bear," practiced by "the men, not white nor black nor red but men, hunters,...to endure and the humility and skill to survive," contrasts with the less reverently portrayed farming, commerce, and banking in the town, where McCaslin...
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Fictional Death and the Modernist Enterprise

Alan Warren Friedman - 1995 - 339 páginas
...annual hunt to the climactic moment when Lion and Boon Hogganbeck kill the old bear. The emphasis is on "men, hunters, with the will and hardihood to endure...bear and deer juxtaposed and reliefed against it" (191): not who possesses a deed to the land but who proves worthy of it. Prior to the bear's climactic...
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Faulkner, Mississippi

Edouard Glissant - 2000 - 273 páginas
...uprooted with this silt. Side by side, we find earth's degradation and the human greed that only hunters ("not white nor black nor red but men, hunters, with...to endure and the humility and skill to survive") try to resist. Leaving aside for a moment the ritual function of this return to roots that hunting...
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Subversive Voices: Eroticizing the Other in William Faulkner and Toni Morrison

Evelyn Jaffe Schreiber - 2001 - 183 páginas
...talking," which paints the "big woods, bigger and older than any recorded document, . . . [requiring] the will and hardihood to endure and the humility and skill to survive" (183-84). The woods thus pre-date human records or the world of language and represent for Ike that...
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Faulkner from Within: Destructive and Generative Being in the Novels of ...

William H. Rueckert - 2004 - 361 páginas
...he is initiated into manhood by Sam he joins the family of hunters which is "of men, not white not black nor red, but men, hunters, with the will and...hardihood to endure and the humility and skill to survive" (GDM 191). The line of descent then derives from the new symbolic genealogy and it is through Ike,...
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The Conservative Bookshelf: Essential Works That Impact Today's Conservative ...

Chilton Williamson - 2004 - 329 páginas
...old Ikkemotubbe, the Chickasaw chief, of whom old Sutpen had had it and who knew better in his turn. It was of the men, not white nor black nor red, but...and skill to survive, and the dogs and the bear and the deer juxtaposed and reliefed against it, ordered and compelled by and within the wilderness in...
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William Faulkner: Lives and Legacies

Carolyn Porter - 2007 - 224 páginas
...incorruptible." Faulkner introduces the discourse of blood in order to eliminate and transcend it. The tale is "of the men, not white nor black nor red but men, hunters" (184). As with Lucas Beauchamp, whom he had tried to apotheosize into a domain beyond racial division,...
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