William Faulkner Foundation Collection, 1918-1959, Accession #6074 to 6074-d, Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections,
University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville, Va. [Item Metadata: "A Justice" Autograph manuscript, 12 p. (10 R, 2 V) on 10 l.]
"Now Sometimes-Wakeup will have to be Man," Herman Basket said that pappy said.
So the Willow-Bearer went to tell Sometimes-Wakeup that he was now the Man. The Willow-Bearer came back soon. "Sometimes-Wakeup does not
"Then Doom will have to be the Man," pappy said.
So Doom was the Man. But Herman Basket said that pappy's ghost would not be easy. Herman Basket said he told pappy to give
"But this is a serious matter with me," pappy said.
He said that at last pappy went to Doom,
"You said that when you were the Man –" pappy said. Herman Basket said that Doom was looking at pappy but that pappy was not looking
"I think you dont trust me," Doom said. Herman Basket said how pappy did not look at Doom. "I think you still believe that
Herman Basket said that pappy thot.
"What do you think now?" Doom said.
Herman Basket said how pappy did not look at Doom. "I think it was a well dog," pappy said.