Combining explications of William Faulkner's novels and short stories with thematic analysis, Hyatt H. Waggoner works from the close reading of a specific work outward to its most general meanings and relationships. By this method he has made a significant contribution to the understanding of Faulkner's career and artistic achievement.
Waggoner examines both better and lesser-known works, which yield valuable insights into Faulkner's development when treated in relation to his whole body of work. The author also addresses the major themes which emerge from critical analyses of individual works: Faulkner's uneasy relationship with his Christian background and his unchanging conception of the role of the artist related to his changing practice as a writer. Waggoner concludes that Faulkner's artistic career reflects a creatively productive, but tortured and ambiguous, relationship with his community.
Chapter 1. Genetically Engineered Mouse Models for COVID-19
Chapter 2. Different Cell Lines for SARS-CoV-2
Chapter 3. Histopathologic Evaluation and Scoring of SARS-CoV-2 Infection
Chapter 4. Key Proteins and Their Roles in COVID-19
Chapter 5. Differential Diagnosis of COVID-19
Chapter 6. Different Antiviral Drugs against COVID-19 and Future Perspective
Chapter 7. Phytochemicals Effective against COVID-19 and Future Perspective
Chapter 8. Ultraviolet Radiation A (UVA): Modulates the Production of Nitric Oxide (NO) to Combat COVID-19
Chapter 9. Herbal Remedies Effective against COVID-19
Chapter 10. Role of Blood Plasma Transfusion Against COVID-19
Chapter 11. Stem Cell Therapy for COVID-19
Chapter 12. Computational Methods for COVID-19 Treatment
Chapter 13. Vaccine Development, Advantages, and Disadvantages of Group Immunity and Future Perspective for COVID-19