The Sound and the Fury - Section 3, April 6, 1928 Summary & Analysis

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Section 3, April 6, 1928

Jason Compson IV is upset with his mother and Miss Quentin. He believes his mother should let him discipline Quentin so that she does not end up like her mother, Caddy, pregnant out-of-wedlock. He does not want her to further damage the family name. Mrs. Compson does not want the community to think that she cannot control her granddaughter. She believes that Jason will lose his temper and harm Quentin.

Jason goes to the kitchen where Quentin is having her breakfast. He grabs her by the arm and drags her into the dining room kicking the door closed in Dilsey’s face as she tries to help the young girl. He questions where Quentin goes when she is supposed to be in school. Dilsey comes in the room. Jason believes the Quentin is running off with boys into the woods. He...

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