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Hi lit.
How to into Faulkner? I want to start to read his oeuvre but idk where. Also I have trouble with his 'connected' books (connected by The Snopes, or Yoknapatawha, or The Sartoris, or The Compsons). Does lit already have a chart? Otherwise can we create one?
thx in advance for your help.
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check the sticky bitch
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>>12394039
Not what I asked. Learn to read bitch.
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>>12394029
Forget about his "interconnected" stuff. This isn't the MCU. Start anywhere. TS&TF is a good starting place.
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>>12394029
Start here and work your way through. Worth it to read one of the greats.
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The Sound and the Fury was my intro to Faulkner. A friend recommended it to me, and it was actually the book that got me interested in reading beyond fantasy and horror.
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>>12394115
>>12394204
Finally good advice, thanks.
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>>12394115
I second this.
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>>12394029
Faulkner is swill
>>12394204
>fantasy and horror
>my entry to /lit/ desu was Faulkner-sama
checks out
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>>12394115
His minor works are hard to find in spanish. I'll try anyway. Thanks!



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