The Sound And The Fury Analysis

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Venisse J. Villanueva
Novel: The Sound and the Fury by William Faulkner

I, personally, do not read classic novels unless required in school, due to the fact that the words often used are difficult to understand, especially me, whom vocabulary is the weakest point, also, the setting is quiet traditional or historical so I cannot relate that much, I prefer contemporary and modern novels like All The Bright Places by Jennifer Niven, which, as of the moment, is my favorite. So, since this novel is required, I read it, but complete opposite to what I thought I would feel, I actually enjoyed even though at first, I got bored, but then, as the story progresses, I appreciated its language and its content. I am always amazed how are the writers able to make something out of their imaginations or experiences and how can they make stories out of someone’s perspective, especially when the genre is fiction, I mean, you got to have tons of creativity and intelligence to be able to do that. That was what I experience while reading the The Sound and the Fury by Mr, William Faulkner. Now I will discuss the elements of the novel but starting with the background of the author.
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William Cuthbert Falkner, popularly known as William Faulkner/Falkner is an American author born in New Albany, Mississippi, year 1897. He mostly do poems but became famous in novels set in the American South. His works include The Sound and the Fury, As I Lay Dying and Absalom, Absalom! Faulkner was awarded the 1949 Nobel Prize in Literature and ultimately won two Pulitzers and two National Book Awards as well, Mr. Faulkner died on July 6, 1962 due to a heart attack. (Biography,com Editors,