William Faulkner

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Notable author of a literary movement

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Spouse (or domestic partner)
Estelle Oldham (1962-07-06, 1929-06-20, Marriage)
Siblings
Dean Swift Faulkner
Murry Charles "Jack" Faulkner
Parents
Maud Butler
Murry Cuthbert Falkner
Height
1.65 m (1.8 yd)
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Date of birth
1897-09-25
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Nobel Prize Winner

Nobel Honor
"for his powerful and artistically unique contribution to the modern American novel" (1949, American literature)
 

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Deceased Person

Date of death
1962-07-06
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School or Movement
Modernist literature
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