The Sound and The Fury by William Faulkner
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This book tells the tragedy of the Southern declining landlord Compson family. Focusing on the falling of Caddy, the book is developed through the inner monologue of three sons. Mr. Compson was loafing around and addicted to drink. His wife was cold and selfish who blamed everyone and everything. The eldest son Quentin desperately held the so-called old traditions of the South and hated his sister Caddy for her affairs which insulted the identity of a Southern lady, and he finally drowned himself. The second son Jason was ruthless and greedy while the third son Benjy was an idiot with the intelligence of a three years old child at the age of 33.

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Published January 1, 2013 by New Star Press. 315 pages
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The Folio Society has released William Faulkner’s The Sound and the Fury as part of its May 2016 collection.

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