When Faulkner revised these stories, along with one other, to create the novel The Unvanquished , "Retreat" became the second chapter. Among the more substantive changes Faulkner made was an expansion of Uncle Buck's rant at the courthouse square in order to provide more backstory for the McCaslin plantation. For the book publication Faulkner also divided the story into three numbered sections. The original magazine versions of "Retreat" has since been reprinted in Uncollected Stories ed.
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Keyhoe reported a conversation with Ken Purdy, an editor at True magazine:. Top Secret. Then suddenly, Forrestal gets the Saturday Evening Post to run two articles, brushing the whole thing off. The first piece hits the stands — and what happens? It admits they haven't identified the disks in any important cases.
Postal Service employee in Erie, who made claims last week that his superiors were back-dating ballots that were sent after Election Day, recanted his statements in interviews with investigators, according to reports. On Tuesday evening, the Washington Post reported that Richard Hopkins admitted to fabricating the allegations while being interviewed by Postal Service investigators in recent days. The Post cited three people briefed on the investigation and a statement on Twitter from Democrats on the House Oversight Committee. But hours later, in a video retweeted by President Donald Trump, Hopkins denied he had recanted his allegations , stating that "I'm here to say I did not recant my statements. That did not happen.
Appearing in the Saturday Evening Post on November 14, , the piece details Bayard's grandmother Rosa Millard's business of stealing mules from the Union army only to sell some of them back and use the money along with the mules she keeps to help support the poor farmers of Yoknapatawpha County. At stake in the story are the problematics of morality. Faulkner later revised the story, renaming it "Riposte in Tertio" and making it part of the volume entitled The Unvanquished , which was published in The revisions are not extensive, the most noteworthy being the insertion of numbers at the head of the story's sections.