This book is undeniably one of the greatest novels I have ever read.
For one, it is the longest section by far in the book, and new readers of Faulkner may easily lose track of the story, or just as easily lose interest altogether.
Characters and "themes" interlace enough in these short stories to make them work together as a modernist novel.
A rich tapestry of prose full of brilliant insights into various aspects of race, family, and identity.Published 10 days ago by amanad
satisfactory except for book cover (covered with used book sticker labels)Published 5 months ago by Barbara Knott
This novel has to be one of my favorite works by William Faulkner. The short story, "The Bear," is an amazing and beautifully written piece.Published 5 months ago by Striker
The original 1942 publication of GO DOWN, MOSES added the words "and other stories" after the title. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Roger Brunyate
This is Faulkner at his best. He loves the south dearly, but understand that its flaws and its loss of honor and truth have undermined his love.Published 9 months ago by Jeffrey Carson