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The Sound and the Fury review º 103 The manchild Benjy; haunted neurotic uentin; Jason the brutal cynic; and Dilsey their black servant Their lives fragmented and harrowed by history and le. William Faulkner s unforgettable 1929 novel of the rotting family in the rotting house It s a somber tale of the tragically dysfunctional Compson family told with insight and remarkable talent though it s definitely not readily accessible Mostly set in the year 1928 and in the US south in the days of segregation and prejudice the N word makes a freuent appearance The Sound and the Fury has four sections plus an appendix Three of the sections are narrated by the three Compson brothers Benjy uentin and JasonI think the usual no spoilers rules doesn t work well with this book it s so difficult to put the pieces together than I think most readers like me need all the help they can get So I m going to lay the plot all out here If you re a hardcore non spoiler person skip the next several paragraphs of this review until you get down to the Macbeth uoteBenjy the 33 year old brother who was born severely mentally handicapped narrates the first section though in actuality he can t speak He moans and wails and roars Benjy has no sense of time all is present to Benjy So his section very freuently skips from the present to flashbacks of different times in his life giving us glimpses of the people in the Compson home and their troubles Often the shift in time is marked by italics but it s still pretty confusing I recommend using a detailed resource that helps you track what year it is in the narrative like this Cliffnotes page Benjy is castrated by his cold hearted brother Jason when he s a teenager and got loose one day and chased some schoolgirls though he was probably just trying to tell them how much he missed his beloved sister Caddy Candace All of the brothers lose their balls in one way or another in this story Benjy literally and the others metaphorically To make matters confusing Benjy is named Maury after his shiftless flashy uncle until he s 5 years old There are also two uentins Benjy s older brother who commits suicide in 1910 and Caddy s illegitimate daughter born a few months later who lives with the family Benjy s ramblings set the stage for the rest of the novelThe second section narrated by uentin the brother shifts back to June 1910 the last day of his life uentin has just completed his first year at Harvard University but is so distraught by his sister Caddy s promiscuity and marriage that he is planning to commit suicide at the end of the day Everything that happens in this section is colored by that intention uentin also has a number of mental flashbacks in his section which are easier to follow than Benjy s but uentin s depressed neurotic mind made his narrative difficult to follow and unpleasant for me to read until the last ten pages or so which were weirdly fascinating as you become and aware of how unhealthy uentin s obsession with his sister and purity and honor isFor the third section we leap forward to April 1928 a day in the life of Jason the most venal and unpleasant of the brothers Jason is now effectively the head of the family He mistreats his 17 year old niece uentin who is rebellious and shamelessly promiscuous Jason has been stealing the money that uentin s mother Caddy sends to Jason for uentin gambling it away on cotton futures Jason is all about control and he justifies his thefts because back in 1910 Caddy s husband was going to give him a job in banking which fell through when the husband divorced Caddy because she was pregnant with another man s child But uentin ultimately proves not as easy to manipulate as Caddy It s ugly being inside of Jason s mind So it s a relief to come to the last section told by an omniscient narrator mostly from the point of view of an old family servant Dilsey Dilsey tries to keep the family together and protect the others from Jason s rages and abuse with mixed success The conflict between Miss uentin and Jason comes to a head as uentin finally gets some of hers back and Jason ineffectually chases her At the beginning of this section it reads The day dawned bleak and chill A moving wall of grey light out of the northeast which instead of dissolving into moisture seemed to disintegrate into minute and venomous particles It s an apt metaphor for the Compson family s disintegrationThe title of this book comes from a Macbeth uoteTo morrow and to morrow and to morrowCreeps in this petty pace from day to dayTo the last syllable of recorded timeAnd all our yesterdays have lighted foolsThe way to dusty death Out out brief candleLife s but a walking shadow a poor playerThat struts and frets his hour upon the stageAnd then is heard no it is a taleTold by an idiot full of sound and furySignifying nothingBenjy s literally meaningless sound and fury is the most obvious reference here but in a broader sense it s about the Compson family generally though their distressing tale actually has deep significance to us as readers Faulkner made me work so hard to put the puzzle pieces together with stream of consciousness and non linear storytelling that when I was able to understand the elusive parts of the story it felt like a major achievement for me as well as him The most helpful online source I found while reading this book is this detailed essay It follows the plot of the book and helps clarify what s happening and comments on some of the symbolism I found it incredibly helpfulThis was a rereadbuddy read with Jen Our discussion is in the thread to this review There are some interesting comments but beware of spoilers that may or may not be taggedInitial comments I haven t read this since I was a college English major I vaguely remember writing a senior essay on it and getting an A on my grade so I m sure that partly explains the affection I still have for this novel even though I remember absolutely nothing about the plot except that there are four I think maybe different narrators and one is mentally challengedBut I ve been on a Faulkner roll lately starting with a couple of his short stories A Rose for Emily and Barn Burning and I checked this book out from the library yesterday Marc Chagall Coloring Book rotting family in the Schicksalsjahre remarkable talent though it s definitely not Az 500 ik emelet readily accessible Mostly set in the year 1928 and in the US south in the days of segregation and prejudice the N word makes a freuent appearance The Sound and the Fury has four sections plus an appendix Three of the sections are narrated by the three Compson brothers Benjy uentin and JasonI think the usual no spoilers The Choice rules doesn t work well with this book it s so difficult to put the pieces together than I think most Strangers in India readers like me need all the help they can get So I m going to lay the plot all out here If you Bürger Grass Biografie eines deutschen Dichters re a hardcore non spoiler person skip the next several paragraphs of this Lob der Schule Sieben Perspektiven für Schüler Lehrer und Eltern review until you get down to the Macbeth uoteBenjy the 33 year old brother who was born severely mentally handicapped narrates the first section though in actuality he can t speak He moans and wails and Lob der Schule Sieben Perspektiven für Schüler Lehrer und Eltern roars Benjy has no sense of time all is present to Benjy So his section very freuently skips from the present to flashbacks of different times in his life giving us glimpses of the people in the Compson home and their troubles Often the shift in time is marked by italics but it s still pretty confusing I Testtrainer I Tests Mit Spaß trainieren Erfolgreich testen recommend using a detailed Laufbuch resource that helps you track what year it is in the narrative like this Cliffnotes page Benjy is castrated by his cold hearted brother Jason when he s a teenager and got loose one day and chased some schoolgirls though he was probably just trying to tell them how much he missed his beloved sister Caddy Candace All of the brothers lose their balls in one way or another in this story Benjy literally and the others metaphorically To make matters confusing Benjy is named Maury after his shiftless flashy uncle until he s 5 years old There are also two uentins Benjy s older brother who commits suicide in 1910 and Caddy s illegitimate daughter born a few months later who lives with the family Benjy s Sex and the Dorf ramblings set the stage for the Rest rest of the novelThe second section narrated by uentin the brother shifts back to June 1910 the last day of his life uentin has just completed his first year at Harvard University but is so distraught by his sister Caddy s promiscuity and marriage that he is planning to commit suicide at the end of the day Everything that happens in this section is colored by that intention uentin also has a number of mental flashbacks in his section which are easier to follow than Benjy s but uentin s depressed neurotic mind made his narrative difficult to follow and unpleasant for me to Arabic Stylistics A Coursebook rebellious and shamelessly promiscuous Jason has been stealing the money that uentin s mother Caddy sends to Jason for uentin gambling it away on cotton futures Jason is all about control and he justifies his thefts because back in 1910 Caddy s husband was going to give him a job in banking which fell through when the husband divorced Caddy because she was pregnant with another man s child But uentin ultimately proves not as easy to manipulate as Caddy It s ugly being inside of Jason s mind So it s a Geborgene Kindheit relief to come to the last section told by an omniscient narrator mostly from the point of view of an old family servant Dilsey Dilsey tries to keep the family together and protect the others from Jason s The Complete Guide to Living Well Gluten Free rages and abuse with mixed success The conflict between Miss uentin and Jason comes to a head as uentin finally gets some of hers back and Jason ineffectually chases her At the beginning of this section it Himmel und Hölle reads The day dawned bleak and chill A moving wall of grey light out of the northeast which instead of dissolving into moisture seemed to disintegrate into minute and venomous particles It s an apt metaphor for the Compson family s disintegrationThe title of this book comes from a Macbeth uoteTo morrow and to morrow and to morrowCreeps in this petty pace from day to dayTo the last syllable of The Petersburg Campaign Volume 2 recorded timeAnd all our yesterdays have lighted foolsThe way to dusty death Out out brief candleLife s but a walking shadow a poor playerThat struts and frets his hour upon the stageAnd then is heard no it is a taleTold by an idiot full of sound and furySignifying nothingBenjy s literally meaningless sound and fury is the most obvious The Iron ueen reading this book is this detailed essay It follows the plot of the book and helps clarify what s happening and comments on some of the symbolism I found it incredibly helpfulThis was a Just Plain Sadie Wells Landing #4 read with Jen Our discussion is in the thread to this Ravenous review There are some interesting comments but beware of spoilers that may or may not be taggedInitial comments I haven t Heile dich selbst wenn es sonst keiner kann read this since I was a college English major I vaguely Constructing Worlds remember writing a senior essay on it and getting an A on my grade so I m sure that partly explains the affection I still have for this novel even though I Blaues Blut remember absolutely nothing about the plot except that there are four I think maybe different narrators and one is mentally challengedBut I ve been on a Faulkner Days of Defiance Sumter Secession and the Coming of the Civil War roll lately starting with a couple of his short stories A Rose for Emily and Barn Burning and I checked this book out from the library yesterday

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The Sound and the Fury review º 103 Gacy the character’s voices and actions mesh to create what is arguably Faulkner’s masterpiece and one of the greatest novels of the twentieth centur. This is one of those books that makes a gigantic claim As if it s either genius or it s Emperor s New Clothes It won t settle for anything in between On every page I felt Faulkner was straining at the bit to prove to me he s a genius The title has always put me off reading this The Sound and the Fury It s melodramatic humourless a bit pompous It sounds like one of those American war films of the fifties starring John Wayne But what is it with southern writers that they only seem able to write books if they can believe they re geniuses Look Homeward Angel makes that claim too Except Look Homeward Angel is probably the most overwritten novel in the history of literature Wolfe maybe had some genius but he wasn t in control of it Faulkner unuestionably is different Faulkner has genius and is in control of it But Essentially to enjoy this you ve got to also enjoy codebreaking I don t I ve never even done a crossword puzzle in my life I doubt if I ll ever try Finnegan s Wake again after failing to make head or tail of it the first time Also you ve probably got to be prepared to read it twice It s probably every English teacher s dream book a book that reuires notes formulated by someone with a higher intelligence than your own It s not very flattering to realise your own intelligence isn t up to the job Should a novel reuire notes Shakespeare might be enhanced by notes but he doesn t need them I needed to refer to notes to understand what was going on in part one Okay I ve got it now but did you really need to be so wilfully obtuse It s not like you re explaining particle physics This is essentially a family melodrama not a treatise on the meaning of life If you strip away all the literary devices that s what it is a family melodrama Sure it has a broader social reach but only bad novels don t have that It didn t for me have the wide cultural reach of Gatsby It felt parochial claustrophobic But putting aside the decryption demands of the novel I also think it has some obvious flaws like the character of Jason His villainy was somewhat coarse He wouldn t even get in my top 100 best villains in literature I d like to read another Faulkner but one where he isn t trying uite so hard to prove he s a genius The Stench reading this The Sound and the Fury It s melodramatic humourless a bit pompous It sounds like one of those American war films of the fifties starring John Wayne But what is it with southern writers that they only seem able to write books if they can believe they The Life Tree Poems re geniuses Look Homeward Angel makes that claim too Except Look Homeward Angel is probably the most overwritten novel in the history of literature Wolfe maybe had some genius but he wasn t in control of it Faulkner unuestionably is different Faulkner has genius and is in control of it But Essentially to enjoy this you ve got to also enjoy codebreaking I don t I ve never even done a crossword puzzle in my life I doubt if I ll ever try Finnegan s Wake again after failing to make head or tail of it the first time Also you ve probably got to be prepared to The Painter read it twice It s probably every English teacher s dream book a book that Berlin FeuerlandRoman eines Aufstands realise your own intelligence isn t up to the job Should a novel The Year's Best Horror Stories 15 reuire notes Shakespeare might be enhanced by notes but he doesn t need them I needed to The Year's Best Horror Stories 15 refer to notes to understand what was going on in part one Okay I ve got it now but did you Hottest Mess really need to be so wilfully obtuse It s not like you Hottest Mess re explaining particle physics This is essentially a family melodrama not a treatise on the meaning of life If you strip away all the literary devices that s what it is a family melodrama Sure it has a broader social Hitler reach but only bad novels don t have that It didn t for me have the wide cultural Hidden reach of Gatsby It felt parochial claustrophobic But putting aside the decryption demands of the novel I also think it has some obvious flaws like the character of Jason His villainy was somewhat coarse He wouldn t even get in my top 100 best villains in literature I d like to Luther read another Faulkner but one where he isn t trying uite so hard to prove he s a genius

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The Sound and the Fury review º 103 Alternate version of this bookThe tragedy of the Compson family features some of the most memorable characters in literature beautiful rebellious Caddy;. The first time I attempted this book I made my way through a mere three pages before deciding it would be a waste To date it is the only book that I had the good sense to leave until later as my usual response is to barrel through the pages come hell or high water Perhaps it was a good thing that I had just finished slogging my way through a monstrous tome that left my brain incapable of facing down the beginning of Benjy s prose I don t remember the title of whatever book left me in that state but I do remember staring at the beginning pages of this one my mind wandering in frozen disbelief over the contorted fragments that supposedly made up a story So I left it until later four years later if I remember correctly and I m glad that I didThe writing in this book is notoriously difficult Insert reference to uote from Macbeth something something signifying nothing and all that jazz You ve heard it before and I won t waste anyone s time reiterating it However now that I ve finally reached the end I can t say that I would change any part of it Had the entire book been written in the style of the last section largely cohesive with rare flares of descriptive prose and sudden jumps in point of view and timeline it would not have been nearly as powerful The story IS sound the story IS fury and you can t convey that without dipping the prose in that septic pool of chaotic madness If I hadn t battled my way through Benjy if I hadn t pulled myself inch by inch through uentin I wouldn t have understood the horror of Jason or the final tragedy of the conclusion To be frank I wouldn t have caredBut I did care I did care because the haphazard mess of the beginning readied my mind for a reading that instead of demanding a tenacious follower asked for a bucket to fill with errant drops A drop of plot line here a drop of context there many drops that filled in the blanks of the neurotic frenzy that is the Compson family Nature versus nurture Nature planted a singular seed of madness in the blood and nurture drove each along different paths You ll be gathering bits and pieces of this tangential story wondering what it s all for and then a single phrase will narrow the story to a focal point of singular rage and despair When that happens you ll understand what all that seemingly headless running about was for All the disconnected hints and teases will culminate in an awful truth and it isn t a feeling that any sort of linear timeline can conveyFor if you read an edition that contains the foreword appendix written by the author you ll be given that linear timeline right at the beginning You ll know the hard cold facts of this family long before the story begins You ll know their furthest ancestor and you ll know their ignominious end and you ll even get the major notable events in between You won t care about Benjy s plight or uentin s or Jason s or the whole family s this Southern strain of blood that ends in a lost oblivion of death bitterness and idiocy All you ll have is context that collection of straightforward no nonsense tidbits that make perfect sense and ultimately mean nothing You can t expect them to long before you have delved into the lives of these characters the agonizing push and pull each one of them suffers in their respective place You can t expect them to if you still wish to put this story in its place with each character neatly categorized and every loose end resolved in a satisfying conclusion This story is one concerned with the long slow death of lineage the inexorable tugging and tearing of ideologies and timelines on a collection of souls that have been slung together in a collusion of familial blood and social connections No one escapes the hell on earth that was apportioned to them embodied in poisonous words that are fueled by a poisonous life conditioned by a poisonous world Not even the idiot who does not know the context and yet feels the agony much as we the reader feel our way through the chaotic text of this story with an underlying sense of grief and despair one that cannot be contained in a single uote paragraph page or section Not until it s much too late and somewhere along the twisted path we lost our hearts to this tragic mess of a family that we knew was doomed from the start Somewhere amongst the sound and the fury that pain touched us and the most we can do is join Benjy in the bellowing in response to that fearful anger We know it signifies nothing We know it does much as anything with a beginning and an end will eventually be lost in the mists of time and the world will roll on in ignorant bliss of its history We know that But it sure as hell doesn t feel that way Historic Ghosts and Ghost Hunters response is to barrel through the pages come hell or high water Perhaps it was a good thing that I had just finished slogging my way through a monstrous tome that left my brain incapable of facing down the beginning of Benjy s prose I don t Gospođa remember the title of 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that happens you ll understand what all that seemingly headless Sindhi running about was for All the disconnected hints and teases will culminate in an awful truth and it isn t a feeling that any sort of linear timeline can conveyFor if you The Wit Wisdom of Tyrion Lannister read an edition that contains the foreword appendix written by the author you ll be given that linear timeline Kluge Pflanzen right at the beginning You ll know the hard cold facts of this family long before the story begins You ll know their furthest ancestor and you ll know their ignominious end and you ll even get the major notable events in between You won t care about Benjy s plight or uentin s or Jason s or the whole family s this Southern strain of blood that ends in a lost oblivion of death bitterness and idiocy All you ll have is context that collection of straightforward no nonsense tidbits that make perfect sense and ultimately mean nothing You can t expect them to long before you have delved into the 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one that cannot be contained in a single uote paragraph page or section Not until it s much too late and somewhere along the twisted path we lost our hearts to this tragic mess of a family that we knew was doomed from the start Somewhere amongst the sound and the fury that pain touched us and the most we can do is join Benjy in the bellowing in Videologia response to that fearful anger We know it signifies nothing We know it does much as anything with a beginning and an end will eventually be lost in the mists of time and the world will Videologia roll on in ignorant bliss of its history We know that But it sure as hell doesn t feel that way