William Faulkner's Telephone, Rowan Oak, Oxford, MississippiAdd to Cart Add to Lightbox Download
William Faulkner's telephone lays benignly maintained with the phone numbers writ in his handwriting left on the now peeling paint. It was to this phone he was summoned to learn that he had won the Nobel Prize, and where he would later give his famous speech.
- © SUSANA RAAB 2010
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- Contained in galleries
- Southern Writers Homes: A Sense of Place