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The Sound and the Fury by William Faulkner
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Sep 12, 07

really liked it
Recommended for: People who like long passages about honeysuckle and watches
Read in January, 1996

I was all over this like a rash when we did it at A Level, though I'm not sure I'd be as keen now. I had a big fictional crush on Quentin Compson, the neurotic suicidal eldest son with incest issues.

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message 1: by Gaz (new) - rated it 3 stars

Gaz I found it quite hard-going. Not a commuting book. It's supposed to get better on re-reading but I'm not sure I have the patience.

Maureen It's a great book to study, but a bad one to casually read.

message 3: by Gaz (new) - rated it 3 stars

Gaz Yeah. It's like the opposite of Bravo Two Zero.

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