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Sound and the Fury

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Department
English
Course Code
ENG250Y1
Professor
Alan Ackerman

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th February 4 Midterm and The Sound and the Fury The novel is about the difficulty of representation itself, as much as it is a representation of any particular story Modernist historiography Once a bitch always a bitchwhen shes seventeen years old? pg 180 Enough moaning! I just want to know what the fucks going on! - Ackerman Reader gets angry tells a story in a way you cant get your head around Its a form of writing thats very self conscious of its way of telling a story Jasons narration is more complicated than it appears misplaced pronouns, somethings not quite clear o Interior monologue remembering or imagining? o Strong, forceful voice that explodes off the page Jason is juxtaposed against Quentin Jason has a paranoid,
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