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Mississippi’s Literary Landmarks:
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The hills and ridges of northeastern Mississippi are known to literary afficionados around the world as the location of William Faulkner's apocryphal Yoknapatawpha County, the setting of most of his fiction based in large measure on his home in Oxford and Lafayette County.

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