Yoknapatawpha and Morgana are two well-known fictional settings created by William Faulkner and Eudora Welty respectively. These fictional settings allowed these unique authors to gain their eternal place as the literary founding fathers of Southern United States Literature. Yoknapatawpha by Faulkner and Morgana by Welty have been the center of critical attention due to their importance in successfully reflecting the Southern social, racial and human landscape successfully and authentically. Therefore, this book contains detailed information on the history of Southern American Literature and both authors concerning two novels from each author. The novels to be examined in the book include Faulkner’s Sartoris (1929) and The Reivers (1962), and Welty’s A Worn Path (1941) and The Golden Apples (1949). In addition, two novels or short stories from each author were selected for comparison, including one from their initial studies and one from their maturity period, with the aim of better understanding the change, improvement and maturity in Faulkner and Welty’s literary careers.