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WILLIAM FAULKNER

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CONTRACT FOR THE MOTION PICTURE RIGHTS TO THE SOUND AND THE FURY, TWICE SIGNED AND TWICE INITIALED BY WILLIAM FAULKNER

FAULKNER, William. Contract signed. Beverly Hills, California, September 1, 1956.

Typed contract twice signed by Faulkner for the sale of the rights to film his masterpiece The Sound and the Fury to Twentieth Century-Fox for $35,000. Twice initialed by Faulkner near corrections. $21,000.

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“I INVENTED THE MOST HORRIFIC TALE I COULD IMAGINE”

FAULKNER, William. Sanctuary. New York, (1931).

First American edition, in first-state binding, the exceptionally scarce preferred edition of Faulkner’s most controversial novel, the work that assured his status as “one of a handful of promising young novelists who commanded the attention of critics,” in rarely found dust jacket. $11,500.

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SIGNED BY WILLIAM FAULKNER

FAULKNER, William. These 13. New York, 1931.

Signed limited first edition of the first collection of Faulkner’s stories, number 255 of only 299 copies signed by him, featuring the evocative “A Rose for Emily,” and “That Evening Sun”—“perhaps the most perfect story in the collection” (New York Times). $5500.

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“FAULKNER’S FARWELL TO POETRY”

FAULKNER, William. A Green Bough. New York, 1933. Signed limited first edition of Faulkner’s second and last book of poetry, number 248 of 360 copies signed by him, of which only 350 copies were for sale, with two mounted cover illustrations and mounted frontispiece by Lynd Ward. $3000.

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