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New on DVD: “Great Writers: William Faulkner”

You know how some people like to say that you can never learn anything from watching television? Well, the folks at Kultur Entertainment have put together a series of documentaries that proves that adage wrong. Called the Great Writers Series, these 45-minute films take viewers behind the scenes of the life and times of some of the greatest novelists of the 20th century, including Truman Capote, John Steinbeck, Tennessee Williams, and William Faulkner. In fact, Great Writers: William Faulkner is now available on DVD. Featuring insightful commentary, archival documents and rare interviews, it’s a thought-provoking look at Faulkner’s life, as well as the politics and social events that helped shape his writing.  

Ed Robertson
www.edrobertson.com
 
 

 

 

 

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