As I Lay Dying helped to solidify Faulkner's reputation as a pioneer, like and , of. Anse sends for him shortly before Addie's death. It's like it aint so much what a fellow does, but it's the way the majority of folks is looking at him when he does it. Like in his other books, poverty and empathy are keys here. Voi che vivete, siete davvero degli sciocchi, voi che non conoscete le vie del vento né le forze invisibili che governano i processi della vita. Dewey Dell seems to want Addie all to herself. In fact, by the age of 12, he began intentionally mimicking Scottish romantics, specifically , and English romantics, and A.
تازه پوستت رو می کنند که چرا منظورشون رو اون جوری فهمیدی! This is the fictional setting of most of Faulkner's novels, and it's based on his home of Lafayette County. He even donned the uniform of a lieutenant to bolster his reputation and wore it when he returned to Mississippi. Οι σχέσεις τους δοκιμάζονται,οι μάσκες πέφτουν, τα μυστικά αποκαλύπτονται στην πορεία. As Cash finishes the coffin, Addie does pass away while her two sons are not around to say goodbye. Anse frequently rejects any offers of assistance, including meals or lodging, so at times the family goes hungry and sleeps in barns.
Cash finishes the coffin, and she's placed in it backwards so as to not wrinkle the wedding dress she'll be buried in. Some of the interior monologues are fairly straightforward, but Darl's passages are stream-of-consciousness narrative. William Faulkner's As I Lay Dying takes place in Yoknapatawpha county where he often sets his stories. Young Vardaman is upset about his mother being nailed inside a box, so he secretly drills holes in the lid, with two going through his mother's face. Despite her poor and degrading health, Darl and Jewel went to the town with Vernon Tull. There, after the family falls asleep, Abner Snopes decides to take Sarty for a walk. Abner Snopes Abner, head of the Snopes household, controls the family with physical violence and brainwashing them into supporting his destructive acts.
Τελευταία της επιθυμία να θαφτεί στο μέρος που γεννήθηκε και αφού βρίσκεται πολύ μακριά απο εκεί που ζει,προϋποθέτει οδοιπορικό όλης της οικογένειας προς τον οικογενειακό της τάφο. However, at daybreak, he is wide awake and decides to walk back. Although people try to offer them food and shelter along the way, Anse doesn't like accepting handouts, so he often refuses. I knew that that word was like the others: just a shape to fill a lack. Instead, I found short little chapters, and voices that spoke in terse sentences that only hinted at what lay beneath. Sarty makes a wise decision of choosing his sense of duty and justice over his family, especially his father, at the end.
Sarty's father, Abner, burns barns, lies about it, and expects the other family members to support his lies. Sarty hears two shots being fired and assumes that his father is dead. Notes Dewey Dell still cannot speak her problems. He first used the technique in , and it gives As I Lay Dying its distinctly intimate tone, through the monologues of the tragically flawed Bundrens and the passers-by whom they encounter. The above paragraph is a narrative paragraph.
For example, in the scene that Darl visualizes for us, Jewel acts with violence toward his horse, but beneath the violence there is a sense of deep devotion to the animal. We see Jewel from every other perspective; that is, we see him from Darl's viewpoint, from Cash's, and so forth, but this is our only chance to get into Jewel's own mind and hear his personal thoughts. Okay, not really avoiding, just ehhhhh. His parents, Murry Falkner and Maud Butler Faulkner, named him after his paternal great-grandfather, William Clark Falkner, an adventurous and shrewd man who seven years prior was shot dead in the town square of Ripley, Mississippi. With some help, Cash completes the coffin just before dawn. Then comes Faulkner, playing with words and sentences no more than we often do, unconsciously and fluently.
In its largest view, the novel will concern itself with the death of Addie Bundren and the long arduous journey that the family undertakes in order to bury her in Jefferson, a town forty miles away. Faulkner includes important themes in his work, such as religion, poverty and identity in the Southern United States, but I still feel like other authors have done this in a more palatable way. In the same town, Dewey Dell goes to a drug store to buy a drug that will abort her unwanted pregnancy, but the pharmacist refuses to sell it to her, and advises marriage instead. However, he rejects to come on the wagon, he rides on his own horse and follows his family. They also share a setting, Faulkner's famous and made-up Yoknapatawpha County in Mississippi. And what if we have to figure out the plot and understand the characters through 59 chapters, while the narrator is constantly changing? Μια πορεία που έχει στροφή προς την παράνοια. Death is a kind of sleep which leaves others wide-awake.
Vernon Tull sees the wreck, and helps Jewel rescue the coffin and the wagon from the river. At the same time, Whitfield goes to Bundrens to confess his sin and affair with Addie, but he later decides not to reveal anything. Her eyes are like two candles when you watch them gutter down into the sockets of iron candle-sticks. Addie showed her last wish to be buried in the town of Jefferson where her ancestors were buried. He walks deep into the woods not knowing it is midnight.