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The University of Mississippi’s 45th annual Faulkner and Yoknapatawpha Conference, “Faulkner and Slavery,” scheduled for July 22-26, will offer five days of lectures, panels, tours, exhibits and other presentations. The event will examine the question “What did slavery mean in the life, ancestry, environment, imagination and career of William Faulkner?”

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