“For all his concern with the South, Faulkner was actually seeking out the nature of man. Thus we must turn to him for that continuity of moral purpose which made for greatness of our classics.” —Ralph Ellison
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Always have been a William Faulkner fan, this purchase was to start a collection of his works in Kindle.Published 1 month ago by Jenna West
excellent introduction to Wm. Faulkner - he is a lightweight by no means.Published 1 month ago by edward john
Great writing that is so simple and yet so complicated. I'm reading these stories over and over.Published 1 month ago by infinity929
An apparently casual observation (because it is hardly a sentence) from “Elly” (1934) catches something of how Faulkner writes. Read morePublished 4 months ago by DT
If you just take the opening sentence or paragraph of one of Faulkner's stories, you'll learn from a master how to lace the intro with powerful words, conflict and a hook that... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Retrouser
I am enjoying reading early versions of Faulkner's stories. Fun to see how revisions went.Published 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
William Faulkner. Nobel Prize. This is great literature.Published 9 months ago by George Kolombatovich