Never-Ending Book Quiz
, William Faulkner
Why did Jingus drive a stob into the ground?
Choose the correct answer:When the shadow of a dead pine would come to the stob, then you would hear the whistle He was marking the spot where Uncle Dennison was felled by a Yankee musketball. By doing so he was declaring to all who witnessed it that the land no longer held him. He wanted to mask the spot where Granny had them bury the trunk with all the silver.
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