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How (and why) to read William Faulkner – Sascha Morrell

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William Faulkner is considered one of America’s most remarkable and perplexing writers. He confused his audience intentionally, using complex sentences, unreliable narrators, and outlandish imagery. His body of work is shocking, inventive, hilarious, and challenging. So how can readers navigate his literary labyrinths? Sascha Morrell explains how to read one of literature’s most confusing writers.

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William Faulkner wrote numerous novels, screenplays, poems, and short stories. Some of his most famous works include “The Sound and the Fury” (1929), “As I Lay Dying” (1930), “Sanctuary” (1931), and “Absalom, Absalom!”12.

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