An essay by Watanabe Shinji exploring the differences between poems and novels. It looks in particular, with several close readings, at how the conventions of verse manifests themselves in Faulkner's novel.
A scholarly article by Manana Gelashvili, Associate Professor of the State University of Tbilisi, which examines the subject of time and how it is rendered in this novel, stating that Sartoris "is of great significance as a source-book for Faulkner's literary development."
This chapter from Licensing Entertainment: The Elevation of Novel Reading in Britain, 1684-1750 by William B. Warner explores the terms 'reading' and 'entertainment', focusing in particular on how they manifest in Fielding's novel.
An essay by Jamie McCulloch of Fairleigh Dickinson University looking at the literary devices Foer employs in this novel to convey comedy and tradegy in his picaresque narrative and protagonist; McCulloch also discusses works by Martin Amis, Michael Chabon, Richard Russo, Jonathan Safran Foer, and Steve Tesich.
A scholarly article by Mark D. Larabee of the U. S. Naval Academy discussing the role of the country house in this novel and it's effect on the narrative's protagonists, as well as it's relationship to modernist aesthetics.
An essay by Christine Froula of Northwestern University which seeks to discover how quantum physics can illuminate this novel's social world; the analysis also sets out to distinguish modernism and postmodernism.