As I Lay Dying Essay | Character Analysis of Dewey Dell Bundren in Faulkner's "As I Lay Dying"

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Character Analysis of Dewey Dell Bundren in Faulkner's "As I Lay Dying"

Summary: A character analysis of Dewey Dell Bundren in William Faulkner's "As I Lay Dying".
William Faulkner, a Nobel Prize winning author, wrote the novel "As I Lay Dying" in six weeks without changing a word. Considering the story's intricate plot, not changing a single word seems like it would take a literary genius to complete. Many people agree that Faulkner could very well be a genius due to the organization of this story. Faulkner uses fifteen different characters to narrate and allow the reader to analyze each of their point of views. Through the confessions of each character, the reader is able to form his or her opinion about different characters and issues. Since some narrators are unreliable for different reasons, it could be confusing to form opinions. One character that is easily understood is Dewey Dell Bundren. She is the only daughter in the Bundren family and ends up being the...

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