242 William Faulkner | Dry September


The fourth part of a three-part episode run! Jacke takes the advice of a listener and adds William Faulkner’s “Dry September” (1931) to the Baldwin-Faulkner consideration. NOTE FOR LISTENERS: This story (and our discussion of it) contains disturbing references to sexual violence, racial slurs, and race-based hate crimes. Please exercise discretion in listening or playing for others.

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One thought on “242 William Faulkner | Dry September”

  1. Has anyone considered the possiblity that when Hawkshaw said Will Mayes was innocent, that he actually was the first accuser of Will Mayes. He lit the match that turned into a fire–the death of Will Mayes.

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