Monday, May 11, 2009
Note to self
I never finished my "book of the month" for April so I decided to go easy on myself for May and pick a classic novel. Unfortunately I picked "The Sound and the Fury" by William Faulkner. So far it is possibly one of the most difficult story lines to follow due to shifting narrators (one of the narrators is mentally retarded) and jumps in timeline. I kind of cheated and read a plot synopsis which helped a little. Anyone else read it? According to Wikipedia it recently, was selected by the Modern Library as the sixth greatest English-language novel of the twentieth century so it must be worth taking the time to wade through it.
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