William Faulkner Gives a Speech Upon Receiving the Nobel Prize
William Faulkner accepts the Nobel Prize in Stockholm, Sweden. He speaks of writing of the heart, saying that modern authors must learn do to this again. Faulkner professes optimism in regards to the fate of mankind, because man has a soul, a spirit capable of many things. This, he says, is what writers should write about.
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