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The Sounds and Fury of a Cynic

Summary: Essay provides a discussion of "The Sound and the Fury" by William Faulkner.
What is the definition of madness? A definition offered in a dictionary is "mental delusion or the eccentric behavior arising from it. " That question appeared in the minds of those who read The Sound and the Fury, written by William Faulkner. Throughout the novel Jason's eccentric behavior surfaced a question regarding his sanity. Although some may question Jason's actions and label him insane, his behavior is necessary for him to maintain a stable mental state in an unstable environment.

Jason is no doubt one of the most mean-spirited characters in the novel. His behavior is one that people would call appalling. The question is whether his behavior proves his lack of sanity. Throughout life's struggles, humans are faced with issues, these issues help sculpt a person: "Who, all the money from the sale of the pasture having gone for his sister's wedding and...

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