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The Structure of Soviet History: Essays and Documents eNamed Maury after his shiftless flashy uncle until he s 5 years old There are also two uentins Benjy s older brother who commits suicide in 1910 and Caddy s illegitimate daughter born a few months later who lives with the family Benjy s ramblings set the stage for the rest of the novelThe second section narrated by uentin the brother shifts back to June 1910 the last day of his life uentin has just completed his first year at Harvard University but is so distraught by his sister Caddy s promiscuity and marriage that he is planning to commit suicide at thend of the day Everything that happens in this section is c A tale of two books At times a 1 star book Incoherent ramblings which I know are praised by some as the ssence of stream of consciousness Random time jumps apparently they released a special dition with the dialogue from ach timeframe color coded so it is asier for t Whew This is a devastating book Probably one of the most depressing stories I ve read Incest castration suicide racism misogyny this one has it all Even at the beginning when it is possible to make out only pieces of the Date Me events a nauseating sense of dread permeates Benji s narrative per Faulkner s pungent writing style And this feeling never really dissipates Jumping into The Sound and the Fury with no prior introduction is like driving through an impenetrable fog or into a blinding glare you can t uite tell who is who male or female black or white first second or third generation relative or friend or stranger But gradually before frustration has a chance to set in the fog begins to burn off and the glare becomes less direct By the time the omniscient narrator closes things out in part four the scales have been fully removed and you are left with a crystal limpidness in which you can smell the sweet southern honeysuckle and feel the rotting wood of the old barnIt s interesting to confront another modernist s take on the humanxperience of time while concurrently reading In Search of Lost Time While Proust gently but thoroughly leads us through the inner workings of our past present and future Faulkner attempts to capture the continual and forceful vying of these Comfort And Joy elements within the mind at the intentional cost of a coherent linear narrative The results are disorienting yet powerfullymotive Adding subtly to this ffect Faulkner often relays visual xperience Fitness for Geeks: Real Science, Great Nutrition, and Good Health egocentrically particularly in the case of Benji for whom objects and views vanish before hisyes when he has simply shifted or been turned by Luster or Caddy Because the first section takes place on the day between the third and fourth sections I skimmed through some of it again before reading the final part I was surprised by what I could glean from snippets that had initially seemed inscrutable and incomplete This is a book made for rereading an American masterpiece undoubtedly 671 The Sound And The Fury William FaulknerThe Sound and the Fury is a novel written by the American author William Faulkner It mploys a number of narrative styles including stream of consciousness Published in 1929 The Sound and the Fury was Faulkner s fourth novel and was #not immediately successful The first section of the novel is narrated by Benjamin Benjy Compson #immediately successful The first section of the novel is narrated by Benjamin Benjy Compson source of shame to the family due to his diminished mental capacity the only characters who show genuine care for him are Caddy his older sister and Dilsey a matronly servant His narrative voice is characterized predominantly by its nonlinearity spanning the period 1898 1928 Benjy s narrative is a series of non chronological vents Presented In A Stream in a stream consciousness The presence of italics in Benjy s section indicates significant shifts in the narrative Originally Faulkner meant to use different colored inks to signify chronological breaks Characters The Compsons Dilsey Gibson uentin Compson III Jason Compson IV Caroline Bascomb Compson Candace Caddy Compson Benjamin Benjy Compson Miss uentin Compson 1978 1353 422 1383 414 1387 9789643512304 1392 1394 534 9786001216398 1369 317 1376 9644480627 1381 430 1386 1388 1390 1392 9789644480621 1395 412 9786005205954 1395 658 9786004042512 09061399 Schall und Wahnis not Cause Of Fear easy reading The plot is shattered by flashbacks cuts and inner monologues Inach part the narrative perspective changes In spite of this xperimental and innovative narrative the author succeeds again and again in capturing the reader with the tragic force of history and language and to keep the tension alive Faulkner portrays A review paying homage to BENJY COMPSON S uniuely disorienting narration BENJYnarrator lacks sense of timemerger of past and present mergeall the samedisorientation1928Easter MississippiCompsonsaristocrat familyhard times Benjy mentally handicapped33rd birthdayLusterguardian uarter lost minstrel showgolf course golf balls memory cues flashbacks clothes nail sister Caddy CAAAAAADDDYY 1902 flashback argument pause reading WTF is going on here affair neighbor Christmas Party Mrs Compson moan annoy stop reading pour stiff drink drink repeat 1928 carriage house cue 1912 graveyard uentin Dilsey Jason Uncle Maury Benjy crying 1928 barn stop reading bang head against wall and re read whole book up to this point 1902 secret lovers notes pockets interception scared Benjy 1928 stream Benjy flashback 1898 funeral Damuddy Versh wet dress whipping 1928 milking cow stop reading go to Wikipedia and read about book EUREKA now I get it 1910 wedding TP sassprilluh drunk fight Benjy chaos crying1898 hill playing dinner jason snitch Dilsey Mrs Compson crying Damuddy 1928 financial problems 1910 singing Roskus unlucky Compsons 1912 TP little Miss uentin daughter illegitimate Luster dirt Benjy toy crying disgrace1928 golf ball 1898 death Versh lightning bugs Frony funeral Nancy horse buzzards 1912 Mr Compson memory death1898 Damuddy Benjy BUZZARDS BONES TREE PARLOR WINDOW SOILED bones tree parlor window soiled Benjy crying 1910 drunken memory 1905 perfume CAAAAAADDDYY mocking prissy dress Jason upset Caddy smells like trees 1898 spying Caddy scolding 1928 stream swing Miss uentin red tie flashback Charlie Caddy suitor kissing Benjy crying soap 1928 swing red tie and Miss uentin upset used condom SLUT red tie Luster schoolgirls 1910 girls Benjy screams attack no harm meant Mr Compson castration 1928 golfball sell caddie caddie CAAAAAADDDYY flower taunting insane asylum Dilsey Luster teasing flashback fire name change Maury to Benjy birthday cake Mrs Compson uncaring self indulgent wailing self pity ill. The manchild Benjy; haunted neurotic uentin; Jason the brutal cynic; and Dilsey their black servant Their lives fragmented and harrowed by history and le. The first time I attempted this book I made my way through a mere three pages before deciding it would be a waste To date it is the only book that I had the good sense to leave until later as my usual response is to barrel through the pages come hell or high water Perhaps it was a good thing that I had just finished slogging my way through a monstrous tome that left my brain incapable of facing down the beginning of Benjy s prose I don t remember the title of whatever book left me in that state but I do remember staring at the beginning pages of this one my mind wandering in frozen disbelief over the contorted fragments that supposedly made up a story So I left it until later four years later if I remember correctly and I m glad that I didThe writing in this book is notoriously difficult Insert reference to uote from Macbeth something something signifying nothing and all that jazz You ve heard it before and I won t waste anyone s time reiterating it However now that I ve finally reached the nd I can t say that I would change any part of it Had the The Game of Love entire book been written in the style of the last section largely cohesive with rare flares of descriptive prose and sudden jumps in point of view and timeline it would not have been nearly as powerful The story IS sound the story IS fury and you can t convey that without dipping the prose in that septic pool of chaotic madness If I hadn t battled my way through Benjy if I hadn t pulled myself inch by inch through uentin I wouldn t have understood the horror of Jason or the final tragedy of the conclusion To be frank I wouldn t have caredBut I did care I did care because the haphazard mess of the beginning readied my mind for a reading that instead of demanding a tenacious follower asked for a bucket to fill withrrant drops A drop of plot line here a drop of context there many drops that filled in the blanks of the neurotic frenzy that is the Compson family Nature versus nurture Nature planted a singular seed of madness in the blood and nurture drove ach along different paths You ll be gathering bits and pieces of this tangential story wondering what it s all for and then a single phrase will narrow the story to a focal point of singular rage and despair When that happens you ll understand what all that seemingly headless running about was for All the disconnected hints and teases will culminate in an awful truth and it isn t a feeling that any sort of linear timeline can conveyFor if you read an dition that contains the foreword appendix written by the author you ll be given that linear timeline right at the beginning You ll know the hard cold facts of this family long before the story begins You ll know their furthest ancestor and you ll know their ignominious nd and you ll ven get the major notable vents in between You won t care about Benjy s plight or uentin s or Jason s or the whole family s this Southern strain of blood that nds in a lost oblivion of death bitterness and idiocy All you ll have is context that collection of straightforward no nonsense tidbits that make perfect sense and ultimately mean nothing You can t The Lady in Pink expect them to long before you have delved into the lives of these characters the agonizing push and pullach one of them suffers in their respective place You can t Eyes expect them to if you still wish to put this story in its place withach character neatly categorized and very loose nd resolved in a satisfying conclusion This story is one concerned with the long slow death of lineage the inexorable tugging and tearing of ideologies and timelines on a collection of souls that have been slung together in a collusion of familial blood and social connections No one Sinner's Heart escapes the hell onarth that was apportioned to them mbodied in poisonous words that are fueled embodied in poisonous words that are fueled a poisonous life conditioned by a poisonous world Not ven the idiot who does not know the context and yet feels the agony much as we the reader feel our way through the chaotic text of this story with an underlying sense of grief and despair one that cannot be contained in a single uote paragraph page or section Not until it s much too late and somewhere along the twisted path we lost our hearts to this tragic mess of a family that we knew was doomed from the start Somewhere amongst the sound and the fury that pain touched us and the most we can do is join Benjy in the bellowing in response to that fearful anger We know it signifies nothing We know it does much as anything with a beginning and an Spirit of the Wolf end willventually be lost in the mists of time and the world will roll on in ignorant bliss of its history We know that But it sure as hell doesn t feel that way William Faulkner s unforgettable 1929 novel of the rotting family in the rotting house It s a somber tale of the tragically dysfunctional Compson family told with insight and remarkable talent though it S DEFINITELY NOT READILY ACCESSIBLE MOSTLY definitely not readily accessible Mostly in the year 1928 and in the US south in the days of segregation and prejudice the N word makes a freuent appearance The Sound and the Fury has four sections plus an appendix Three of the sections are narrated by the three Compson brothers Benjy uentin and JasonI think the usual no spoilers rules doesn t work well with this book it s so difficult to put the pieces together than I think most readers like me need all the help they can get So I m going to lay the plot all out here If you re a hardcore non spoiler person skip the next several paragraphs of this review until you get down to the Macbeth uoteBenjy the 33 year old brother who was born severely mentally handicapped narrates the first section though in actuality he can t speak He moans and wails and roars Benjy has no sense of time all is present to Benjy So his section very freuently skips from the present to flashbacks of different times in his life giving us glimpses of the people in the Compson home and their troubles Often the shift in time is marked by italics but it s still pretty confusing I recommend using a detailed resource that helps you track what year it is in the narrative like this Cliffnotes page Benjy is castrated by his cold hearted brother Jason when he s a teenager and got loose one day and chased some schoolgirls though he was probably just trying to tell them how much he missed his beloved sister Caddy Candace All of the brothers lose their balls in one way or another in this story Benjy literally and the others metaphorically To make matters confusing Benjy is. Alternate version of this bookThe tragedy of the Compson family features some of the most memorable characters in literature beautiful rebellious Caddy;. Annoying Bitch library 1900 Caddy library comfort cushion Jason asshole paper dolls malicious 1928 uarter borrow minstrel show disdain Jason Miss uentin red tie supper 1909 virginity Benjy crying shame upset crying 1928 dinner Miss uentin Jason scold argument Benjy in past mpty room Miss uentin window 1898 soiled underwear Benjy muddy1928 Benjy sleep UENTIN narrator Harvard watch ticking time theme gift father St Francis death Little Sister memory oh shit not the flashbacks again Caddy wedding announcement Shreve class bell Spoade senior big asshole virginity Caddy confession incest Wait wait WAAAAAIT what was that about incest lie whew okay go onDalton Ames father nihilist life is meaningless cheery guy ain t he breaks glass finger cutblood tick tock tick tock bath two notes father post office note to Shreve Deacon nowhere clock shop time don t fix tailor weights train time wrong Benjy Maury bridge thoughts drowning Gerald Bland student river painful memories Caddy slut Herbert bank job Jason Deacon Shreve uentin trolleymemory fight with Herbert jealous devastated sad miserable CAAAAAADDDYY Mr Compson uncaring virginity is meaningless concept uentin sad bridge Herbert cheater blackguard uentin Italian girl bakery Julio accusation constable fines released Gerald Bland bragging uentin memory Caddy Dalton Ames suicide pact incest lie run away confrontation fight depressed memory father uncaring uentin jealous lonely sad rage JASON narrator Once a Bitch Always a Bitch 1928 asshole thief patriarch fighting mother raising Miss uentin Caddy divorced affair child lost job Jason bitter farm supplies anger stealing money mean spirited devious cotton market and prostitutes Miss uentin rebellious stubborn work receives 4 letters father s funeral scheme bully 10 Mrs Compson miserable bitch Jason mbarrassed Benjy red tie Earl accusation stock loss Jason furious car chase flat tires home Luster tickets minstrel show Jason What an asshole this guy is NARRATOR AUTHOR Easter Sunday 1928 Benjy Een Bijzondere Vorm Van Osteosclerose eating Jason angry window broken Miss uentin nowhere Dilsey comforts Mrs Compson bitches strongbox forced crime police Reverend Shegog sermon Jason sheriff suspicious Jason searches Miss uentin Jason mistress Lorraine Jason rude old man don t play hatchet Benjy carriage new route scared scream change frightens Jason beating familar Benjy uiet THE END BENJY Awesome UENTIN Weak JASON Major Assholio CADDY Tragic Hero MISS UENTIN RebelliousLow Self Esteem MRS COMPSON Somebody please shoot the BITCH MR COMPSON Life sucks and then you dieSO DIE ALREADY WILLIAM FAULKNER Maaaaaaaad genius Reading some books is like clambering through a barbed wire fence at the bottom of a swamp with your oxygen tank about to run out and this is one of those When you re done with it you look roundxpecting someone to notice and rush up with the medal and citation you completely deserve for services to literature You finished it Yeahhh But no one does and if you try to xplain to your family Hey wow I finished The Sound and the Fury man was that difficult wow my brain is like permanently rearranged that Faulkner what a writer they just smile placatingly and open another tin of gunk for the cat This is one of those books that makes a gigantic claim As if it s ither genius or it s Emperor s New Clothes It won t settle for anything in between On very page I felt Faulkner was straining at the bit to prove to me he s a genius The title has always put me off reading this The Sound and the Fury It s melodramatic humourless a bit pompous It sounds like one of those American war films of the fifties starring John Wayne But what is it with southern writers that they only seem able To Write Books If They write books if they believe they re geniuses Look Homeward Angel makes that claim too Except Look Homeward Angel is probably the most overwritten novel in the history of literature Wolfe maybe had some genius but he wasn t in control of it Faulkner unuestionably is different Faulkner has genius and is in control of it But Essentially to njoy this you ve got to also Hot Shot (North Ridge Book 3) enjoy codebreaking I don t I ve neverven done a crossword puzzle in my life I doubt if I ll Math Basics 6 ever try Finnegan s Wake again after failing to make head or tail of it the first time Also you ve probably got to be prepared to read it twice It s probablyvery English teacher s dream book a book that reuires notes formulated by someone with a higher intelligence than your own It s not very flattering to realise your own intelligence isn t up to the job Should a novel reuire notes Shakespeare might be Voyage to the Underworld (Star Wars Missions, enhanced by notes but he doesn t need them I needed to refer to notes to understand what was going on in part one Okay I ve got it now but did you really need to be so wilfully obtuse It s not like you rexplaining particle physics This is The First Ghost essentially a family melodrama not a treatise on the meaning of life If you strip away all the literary devices that s what it is a family melodrama Sure it has a broader social reach but only bad novels don t have that It didn t for me have the wide cultural reach of Gatsby It felt parochial claustrophobic But putting aside the decryption demands of the novel I also think it has some obvious flaws like the character of Jason His villainy was somewhat coarse He wouldn tven get in my top 100 best villains in literature I d like to read another Faulkner but one where he isn t d like to read another Faulkner but one where he isn t uite so hard to prove he s a genius I m done My third and final attempt has failed miserablyNo not miserably Gladly actually So it s official I m now as thick as two short planks an intellectual misfit I Wouldn t know literary greatness if it shot me in the buttocks from close range Well that s likely what Faulkner would be thinking anyway Fine But then I d most certainly whip his ass at a game of chess and drink him under the table as long as it s my special cocktails as a way to get EvenThe Only Reason I Returned To This Novel Was I only reason I returned to this novel was I that Light in August was really good and was hoping for NopeI didn t get it and couldn t be bothered to ven try I got so frustrated I started Chain smoking This coming from someone who is dearly trying so hard to uit Thanks BillThe only thing Faulkner did do for me was make me realise just how much I adore the likes of Hemingway and Fitzgerald now ven They were true geniusesWhat s the likelihood of me reading Faulkner again Only time will tell I guess But at the moment there is chance of Theresa May and Jean Claude Juncker having an affai. Gacy the character’s voices and actions mesh to create what is arguably Faulkner’s masterpiece and one of the greatest novels of the twentieth centur. ,


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