Barn Burning

Why does Sarty turn his father in in Faulkner's Barn Burning?

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Sarty doesn't turn his father in, nor, does he ever testify against him. Sarty does, however, want to end the cycle of barn burnings and escapes to warn Major de Spain in an effort to do so.

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Barn Burning