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It should be noted that first of all this is probably Faulkner's greatest and most difficult work.
The key to understanding this novel is to remember that Faulkner, like Morrison, was deeply fascinated by the way that ordinary human beings remember events.
In Faulkner's characteristically confusing style, the story is narrated through a few different viewpoints.
THIS BOOK WILL MAKE YOUR BIBLE STUDY SEEM EASY!
It is strongly suggested that, unless you teach literature, you read about this book before attempting it, for... Read more
Just because it's Faulkner doesn't mean it’s great. “A Light in August” is brilliant! “Absalom, Absalom” is discursive and full of its own tedious language.Published 1 month ago by Nicholas Wener
William Faulkner was a brilliant novelist. His command of written English is unparalleled in my reading experience. Read morePublished 4 months ago by not a natural
Very difficult to read. Faulkner had such a cumbersome style that I'm amazed he was a popular as he became.Published 4 months ago by Ken Nolan