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    ❮KINDLE❯ ❀ A Fable Author William Faulkner – Mdeparenpar.co This novel won both the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award in 1955 An allegorical story of World War I set in the trenches in France and dealing ostensibly with a mutiny in a French regiment iThis novel won both the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award in 1955 An allegorical story of World War I set in the.

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    eBook William Faulkner ✓ A Fable PDF Ê ✓

    eBook William Faulkner ✓ A Fable PDF Ê ✓ William Cuthbert Faulkner was a Nobel Prize winning American novelist and short story writer One of the most influential writers of the twentieth century his reputation is based mostly on his novels novellas and short stories He was also a published poet and an occasional screenwriterThe majority of his works are set in his native state of Mississippi Though his work was published as early

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    1. Pradnya K. Pradnya K. says:

      eBook William Faulkner ✓ A Fable PDF Ê ✓ fable free, A Fable PDFTook a long time to turn the last page I feel relieved not coz I ended it but happy to have read it uite a writer Faulkner isI'd call it a challenging read as the story would never come across easily The developments are far too measly compared to the detailed description If it's a story you want don't bother to read this Set amidst the world war background where one unit of army goes for mutiny under the leader 'corporal' who is center point of mass fury as he brings war to the end To resurrect the  messiah of peace in fiction was a theme for this story which kept writer bound for almost a decadeFaulkner braids the wisps of words entwined with explicit details and then spins it hurls around and fling in a delivery one catch the action in last moment almost missing it Since the plot is unhappening its natural it takes time The vocabulary is expansive for my tastes the tone becomes monotonous a lot Also if yo


    2. J.M. Hushour J.M. Hushour says:

      eBook William Faulkner ✓ A Fable PDF Ê ✓ fable free, A Fable PDFAll you can kill is man's meat You can't kill his voiceIt's bemusing how this probably the pinnacle of Faulkner's testing the limits of his own style can be seen as such a flawed work On the one hand it is one of his most difficult works up there with The Sound and the Fury On the other hand it's dense closely packed poetics take his dizzying run on madness to a whole new level largely because of its main idea Christ returned as a WWI frontline corporal who with 12 other soldiers leads a mutiny in the trenches and refuse to fightThe idea is so bafflingly batshit insane to our current flatulent and impotent sense of propriety and self imposed and self defined precociousness that I can see why some might blanch But if anything Faulkner constantly tests the reader weaving in and out of wonderful lengthy almost dream like cacoffinies and then bluntly smashing you i


    3. Tim Tim says:

      eBook William Faulkner ✓ A Fable PDF Ê ✓ fable free, A Fable PDFWilliam Faulkner virgins about to break the seal with a copy of A Fable should be forced to reconsider — at gunpoint if necessary Yes A Fable is a cantankerous beast a Pulitzer Prize winner often reviled as impenetrable and as Faulkner at his most difficult Reading it for the first time my 11th Faulkner novel I find it both a little hard to figure out how it won the award and hard to understand why readers don't seem to see its merits Faulkner's worst most frustrating habits are on display in this tale of World War I whose plot often mirrors the Passion of Christ The worst offenders are two lengthy backstory scenes that shed light on the later main story that takes place duri


    4. KeithTalent KeithTalent says:

      eBook William Faulkner ✓ A Fable PDF Ê ✓ fable free, A Fable PDFAt nine o'clock one morning in the spring of 1918 a regiment of the French army every man below the rank of sergeant refuses to take part in a futile assault on the German position Strangely the German line opposite fails to take advantage of the situation with a counter attack and by noon that day no guns are fired along the entire French line By three o'clock in the afternoon the entire western front has fallen silent It emerges that a saintly French corporal together with his twelve apostles has been making the rounds of the Allied forces and apparently the German forces too spreading by word and deed a gospel of non violence and universal brotherhood The troops it seems have understood that they can stop the killing simply by laying down their arms Naturally this is anathema to the military hierarchies


    5. Russell Russell says:

      eBook William Faulkner ✓ A Fable PDF Ê ✓ fable free, A Fable PDFThis is probably the only novel that ever appeared EXACTLY the way Faulkner wanted it to appear and it was the only one whose tepid reception really bothered


    6. Jimmy Jimmy says:

      eBook William Faulkner ✓ A Fable PDF Ê ✓ fable free, A Fable PDFWhat can I say? It's Faulkner Even when he's not at his best which I think applies to 'A Fable' he's still a magnificent writer and a literary genius I started this one a long time ago and then got sidetracked by other things at about one third of the way in Because of the time lapse since when I put it down and because it's Faulkner I just started all over again And it's a hard slog in the beginning The farther along you muddle through though the clearer everything gets That's the beauty of Faulkner you might not think you are absorbing what he is writing but trust the process it's in the brain and its meaning will r


    7. Chad Bearden Chad Bearden says:

      eBook William Faulkner ✓ A Fable PDF Ê ✓ fable free, A Fable PDFI don't mind dense and rambling novels but when combined with 'repetitive' and 'opaue' the results are a far challenging read than seems necessary Faulkner was no doubt a brilliant writer but by the time he wrote this his fifteenth novel he was less in need of talent than of an editorThe plot itself is actually pretty straightforward a French battalion in WWI lay down their arms and refuse to fight at the behest of a Christ like corpo


    8. Trenton Judson Trenton Judson says:

      eBook William Faulkner ✓ A Fable PDF Ê ✓ fable free, A Fable PDFThis book was terrible and I have no idea why it won the Pulitzer short of that it was written by Willy Faulkne


    9. Michael David Michael David says:

      eBook William Faulkner ✓ A Fable PDF Ê ✓ fable free, A Fable PDFI believe that my personal preference with regard to novels is toward those which possess such an intricately structured chaos that ultimately make sense by the end of the novel Looking back I think that Absalom Absalom is my most favourite novel because of how it ties the loose ends so well at the end of the novel I think that the novel is Faulkner at the peak of his powers he is both extremely dense and yet extremely sensible Everything absolutely makes sense at the end of it and the broken images jarring shifts in time and purported excursions actually cohere into a beautiful tragic whole The same can be said to a lesser extent in his Sound and the Fury Of course Faulkner is also pretty good as a minimalist as evidenced by his As I


    10. Ben Ben says:

      eBook William Faulkner ✓ A Fable PDF Ê ✓ fable free, A Fable PDFPulitzer 1955 I finished this two days ago and have been thinking about this review since When I started the Pulitzer reading I figured there would be some books I didn't like Fortunately on average it seems to be about 10% I've ready about 45 and there had been three I didn't like so I was due And boy was I due A Fable was Faulkner's 15th book and his first of 2 Pulitzer winners The other The Reivers was for his last book 10 years later I enjoyed the Reiversit was readable A Fable is a book that Faulkner considered his opus and is a retelling of the last days of Christ set in WW I I had to look that up as I didn't necessarily get it out the book and eve


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