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The Sound and the Fury Review

Summary: Faulkner is one of the most unique writers in American history, which makes him good. Although his work may be nearly impossible to understand at points his literary devices and use of dialogue are extremely effective.
The Sound and the Fury

William Faulkner found himself, in many ways an architect as well as a writer. It was important to him that the reader find an underlying meaning in The Sound and the Fury and a complexity that would prove his own intellect. Many English teachers and professors dislike sparknotes and cliffnotes very much, but in the case of William Faulkner most are open to the opinions of any and everyone's ideas of his work.

Through the intricate organization and structure of his novels, in conjunction with other clues, many different ideas are derived from the same piece of writing. Others on the other hand (like myself) are very likely to get lost when reading the piece. This is why it is necessary in many cases to refer to the ideas of a more experienced reader when writing about The Sound...

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