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By William Faulkner

“I provide the mausoleum of all wish and hope. . . . I provide it to you now not that you could be keep in mind time, yet that you simply may perhaps overlook it from time to time for a second and never spend your entire breath attempting to overcome it. simply because no conflict is ever gained he stated. they aren't even fought. the sphere purely unearths to guy his personal folly and melancholy, and victory is an phantasm of philosophers and fools.” —from The Sound and the Fury
 
The Sound and the Fury is the tragedy of the Compson family members, that includes one of the most memorable characters in literature: appealing, rebellious Caddy; the manchild Benjy; haunted, neurotic Quentin; Jason, the brutal cynic; and Dilsey, their black servant. Their lives fragmented and harrowed via heritage and legacy, the character’s voices and activities mesh to create what's arguably Faulkner’s masterpiece and  one of the best novels of the 20 th century.

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By William Faulkner

“I provide the mausoleum of all wish and hope. . . . I provide it to you now not that you could be keep in mind time, yet that you simply may perhaps overlook it from time to time for a second and never spend your entire breath attempting to overcome it. simply because no conflict is ever gained he stated. they aren't even fought. the sphere purely unearths to guy his personal folly and melancholy, and victory is an phantasm of philosophers and fools.” —from The Sound and the Fury
 
The Sound and the Fury is the tragedy of the Compson family members, that includes one of the most memorable characters in literature: appealing, rebellious Caddy; the manchild Benjy; haunted, neurotic Quentin; Jason, the brutal cynic; and Dilsey, their black servant. Their lives fragmented and harrowed via heritage and legacy, the character’s voices and activities mesh to create what's arguably Faulkner’s masterpiece and  one of the best novels of the 20 th century.

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Percentages have been that they had stolen it, besides, so why may still they provide a dam. Like I say blood regularly tells. If you’ve obtained blood like that during you, you’ll do whatever. I says no matter what declare you suspect she has on you has already been discharged; I says to any extent further you've gotten merely your self guilty since you comprehend what any good individual may do. I says if I’ve obtained to spend part my time being a dam detective, a minimum of I’ll pass the place i will be able to receives a commission for it. So I needed to cease there on the forks. Then I remembered it. It felt like a person used to be within with a hammer, beating on it. I says I’ve attempted to maintain you from worrying through her; I says some distance as I’m involved, permit her visit hell as quick as she pleases and the earlier the higher. I says what else do you are expecting other than each dam drummer and inexpensive express that involves city simply because even those city jellybeans supply her the go-by now. You dont be aware of what is going on I says, you dont listen the controversy that I pay attention and you'll simply guess I close them up too. I says my humans owned slaves right here should you all have been operating little blouse tail state shops and farming land no nigger might examine on stocks. in the event that they ever farmed it. It’s an outstanding factor the Lord did anything for this state; the folk that live to tell the tale it by no means have. Friday afternoon, and from the following i'll see 3 miles of land that hadn’t even been damaged, and each capable bodied guy within the county on the town at that convey. i'd were a stranger ravenous to dying, and there wasn’t a soul in sight to invite which solution to city even. and she or he attempting to get me to take aspirin. I says whilst I consume bread I’ll do it on the desk. I says you usually speaking approximately how a lot you hand over for us for those who may purchase ten new attire a 12 months at the cash you spend for these dam patent medicinal drugs. It’s now not whatever to healing it i want it’s simply an excellent holiday to not should have them yet so long as i need to paintings ten hours an afternoon to help a kitchen filled with niggers within the variety they’re familiar with and ship them to the exhibit the place some other nigger within the county, in basic terms he used to be past due already. by the point he bought there it might be over. After some time he bought as much as the automobile and while i eventually bought it via his head if humans in a ford had handed him, he acknowledged sure. So I went on, and while I got here to the place the wagon street became off i'll see the tire tracks. Ab Russell was once in his lot, yet I didn’t trouble to invite him and that i hadn’t bought out of sight of his barn not often whilst I observed the ford. they'd attempted to conceal it. performed approximately in addition at it as she did at every little thing else she did. Like I say it’s now not that I item to rather a lot; perhaps she cant aid that, it’s simply because she hasn’t even bought sufficient attention for her family to have any discretion. I’m afraid forever I’ll run into them correct in the midst of the road or less than a wagon at the sq., like a number of canine. I parked and obtained out. And now I’d need to cross method round and move a plowed box, the one one I had noticeable considering I left city, with each step like anyone was once strolling alongside at the back of me, hitting me at the head with a membership.

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