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William Faulkner - "As I Lay Dying"

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Department
English
Course
ENG364Y5
Professor
Mark Crimmins
Semester
Fall

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William FaulknerAs I Lay Dyingfluid thoughtsJames Joyce Virginia Woold William FaulknerFaulkner greatly iinfluences Woolf and Joyceborn in 1897Sherwood AndersonWinesbury OhioUlysses impacts Faulkner and Woolfintegral to rise of international modernismstream of consciousnessitalicsrepresent interior statesdifficult writerconsiderable barrier tot he readerexperimentalYOKNAPATAWPHA COUNTYdoesnt exist made upbigotryracismsocial tensionssocial historymultiple narration15 narrators in 59 chunksrefracted narration Cathersomeone can speak from the gravemodernismrise of multiple narrationgolden age of narrations20s and 30sslight hard boiled coursenovelconnectionchorale voiceroll with stylistic puncheshugeness of influencesFaulknermaster of confusionmental disorders in text Vardaman extreme mental confusionVardamantotality of voice of Vardamangrammatical confusion totality as chorus of voicesone mindradicalityaccessibleVardaman brings huge bloody fish to hy dying mothermetaphysical uncertaintydeathfish diedman diedmy mother is a fishgothicuncannyfamiliar becomes unfamailiarFreuds definition
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