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A bronze statue of William Faulkner looks out over Courthouse Square, May 31, 2015, in Oxford, Mississippi. In the background is the Lafayette County Courthouse, which played a frequent role in his novels — so much so that a plaque on an outer column contains a quote from “Requiem for a Nun”: “But above all, the courthouse: the center, the focus, the hub; sitting looming in the center of the county’s circumference … protector of the weak, judiciate and curb of the passions and lusts, repository and guardian of the aspirations and the hopes …” (Photo by Carmen K. Sisson/Cloudybright)
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Oxford, Mississippi
A bronze statue of William Faulkner looks out over Courthouse Square, May 31, 2015, in Oxford, Mississippi. In the background is the Lafayette County Courthouse, which played a frequent role in his novels — so much so that a plaque on an outer column contains a quote from “Requiem for a Nun”: “But above all, the courthouse: the center, the focus, the hub; sitting looming in the center of the county’s circumference … protector of the weak, judiciate and curb of the passions and lusts, repository and guardian of the aspirations and the hopes …” (Photo by Carmen K. Sisson/Cloudybright)