The novel was not as technically adventurous as The Sound and the Fury, but it added to the rapidly growing population of Yoknapatawpha County and established themes and plots that Faulkner would develop for the remainder of his career.
His reputation, grounded in the sheer scale and scope of his achievement, seems nonetheless secure, and he remains a profoundly influential presence for novelists writing in the United States, South Americaand, indeed, throughout the world.
Because the mentally impaired Benjy lives in a state where things rarely change, his report is purely physical, and the reader must figure out his own order of time. The approach in these works was expansive and leisurely, the narrative straightforward and traditional, in contrast to his earlier experimentation.
Although small, he was not frail; he was later active in sailing and flying and was an avid horseman to the very end of his life. He got negative criticism for this piece of work from his readers.
He has an irrational, jealous hatred of Candace. In January of that year, Faulkner suffered another fall from a horse, forcing yet another hospital stay. He enrolled at the University of Mississippi and was also a member of the Alpha Epsilon social fraternity. He was a light, short man with fine features and dark eyes.
This history and culture of the American South posed a great influence on Faulkner throughout his childhood and also on his literary work later on. His reputation was revived inwith the publication of The Portable Faulkner, edited by Malcolm Cowley. A second novel, Mosquitoeslaunched a satirical attack on the New Orleans literary scene, including identifiable individuals, and can perhaps best be read as a declaration of artistic independence.
His literary reputation declined: Bluebook Style William Faulkner, https: Despite this, he dropped out of school and missed the opportunity to get a diploma in secondary school.
In he left the air force and returned home to Oxford. While in Europe, he wrote concerning the Luxembourg Gardens which was a few meters away from his room.
Therefore, dropped and embarked on selling books as an assistant in the university. The novel Sanctuary is about the degeneration of Temple Drake, a young girl from a distinguished southern family.
Late that month, Faulkner and collaborator Joel Sayre completed a screenplay for the film The Road to Glory, which would premiere in June He also engaged in screenwriting during his lifetime.
Jill is their only surviving child. In the work a characteristic obsession of Faulkner emerges: A talented painter who had completed nearly paintings aftershe had remained close to her eldest son throughout her life.
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