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Malcolm Franklin at William Faulkner's funeral in 1962
Malcolm Franklin, son of Cornell
and Lida Estelle Franklin, is best known as the step-son of William
Faulkner following his mother's divorce and remarriage. Born Malcolm
Argyle Franklin in China on December 3, 1923, he went to live with Faulkner
in Oxford, Mississippi, his mother's hometown, when she remarried in 1929.
During World War II he joined the Army and served as a combat medic in
Europe. He died on January 30, 1977. That same year saw the publication
of his one book, Bitterweeds: Life with William Faulkner at Rowan Oak.
- Bitterweeds: Life with William Faulkner at Rowan Oak. Irving, Texas: The Society for the Study of Traditional Culture, 1977.
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