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This is the first book that I've read in a long time that made me feel like I had accomplished something when I finished it.
Many, probably most, people would hate this book, but if you like this sort of challenging reading, this is one of the great works you owe it to yourself to read.
Faulkner's most compelling trait is he doesn't tell a story--he involves the reader in it so the reader, in effect, pieces it together in his mind as he reads it.
William Faulkner was a brilliant novelist. His command of written English is unparalleled in my reading experience. Read morePublished 2 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 2 months ago by Ken Nolan
Dramatic, emotional and lyrically told saga of an antebellum/post bellum southern family.Published 2 months ago by Susan Pozdena
Read before and found a lot of redundancy....hated the story. Can't believe that I accidentally downloaded this mess of a book!Published 2 months ago by sissyjazzmom
You should read this book just to prove you aren't a quitter. So many times I was tempted to move on to something else, but I finished it. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mike Griswold
I have not read the book yet. It is the choice of my bookclub to read it in October and can hardly wait to read this classic by Faulkner.Published 2 months ago by Carolyn Heh
Faulkner's masterful work Absalom, Absalom! is an amazing work of literature because while it is fiction and nearly mythological in scope, and while the dialogue does not in any... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Fred Provencher