William Faulkner’s Nobel Prize speech

This is a recording of William Faulkner’s Nobel Prize acceptance speech, as prevalent today as it was when he originally read it I believe.

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audio: William Faulkner’s Nobel Prize acceptance speech. Delivered, Dec 10, 1950 in Stockholm Sweden


photo: William Faulkner, Hollywood, CA, 1942. ©Alfred Eriss/Pix Inc./Time Life Pictures/Getty Images

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4 Responses to “William Faulkner’s Nobel Prize speech”
  1. Mary Ann says:

    Thank you for posting this wonderful speech!

  2. Beth says:

    So william wore Uggs before Uggs were cool? 😉

  3. Dennis Siebert says:

    I think you mean “as relevant” instead of “as prevalent.”

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