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I truly have no idea how a novel such as this seems forgotten when other novels by the same iconic author are so noteworthy. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Francis C. Donnelly
I was immediately immersed in the smoothest prose I have ever read. I don't know why I never began to read Faulkner till age 70, he is a revelation.Published 10 months ago by Lumway
I've never been a big fan of William Faulkner, and this book, SOLDIER'S PAY, didn't change that. It seemed overly pretentious, verbose and pompous to the point of being boring. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Timothy J. Bazzett
William Faulkner wrote "Soldier’s Pay," his first novel, during the first six months of 1925. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Glynn Young
In literature, flotsam and jetsam always seem to travel together, like Mutt and Jeff. But in life, human flotsam (or jetsam) washes up alone, on strange beaches. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Bob Newman
Soldier's Pay was William Faulkner's first novel (1926), and a very memorable work to emerge from Word War I. Faulkner tells a mesmerizing story. Read morePublished on March 31, 2013 by Joyce Metzger
I certainly didn't expect this.
Who knew that Faulkner could screw up so completely? that the brilliant author of Absalom, Absalom! Read more
Wow, two really good Faulkner books in a row (this and The Reivers) - I could get used to this! Here we find one of Faulkner's earliest books, one free of the pomposity and... Read morePublished on June 25, 2012 by K.M. Weiland, Author of Historical and Speculative Fiction
Poetic and with an "ackward lyricism" (Weinstein, BECOMING FAULKNER). The novel more faithful to the naturalist-realist tradition Faulkner inherited--from Anderson, Dreiser, et... Read morePublished on December 29, 2009 by Wayne F. Burke