Jackson: Univ Press of Mississippi, (1985),
First Edition. Wrappers issue. octavo, wrappers. (50), 400pp. Univ Press of Mississippi, Fine. Item #9809
This third volume in the series provides further insight into Faulkner's connection with jack Warner and into the Hollywood of the Second World War era. "In the inner story of Faulkner's writing in 1942 of a never-to-be- produced semi-fictitious film script about De Gaulle's establishment of Free France, we become aware of a complex relationship among the promptings of patriotism, the politics of war, and the vision of a literary artist." Lewis P. Simpson, Editor, "The Southern Review." Illustrated with related documents form the Brodsky collection.