William Faulkner - The Sound and The Fury

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William Faulkner - The Sound and The Fury

"My most beautiful defeat," Faulkner said of The Sound and the Fury (1929), the story of the moral decline and tragic end of the Compson family. This "difficult to digest" work is one of the first attempts to establish new literature and its standards. The life of the Compsons is presented in an internal monologue by Benjy, the living "curse" of the superstition, the 33-year-old mentally ill child, Quentin, the brother who is in love with his sister (Candy) and suffering from fictitious incest, Jason, the most practical and most insidious Compson... At the end, the author himself speaks. introducing Dilsey, the black cook. James Joyce's "Ulysses" and Faulkner's "The Fury and the Fury" in a certain sense predetermined the future course of world literature by "circulating" the literary method of stream of consciousness and inner monologue, which dictates its own unique laws to the story.
Title in Armenian Ուիլյան Ֆոլքներ - Շառաչ և ցասում
Author(s) William Faulkner
Translator(s) Gayane Dallakyan
Language(s) Armenian
Publisher(s) Antares, Printinfo, Sargis Khachents
Year 2018
Pages 316
Binding hardcover
Printing Black & White
Size 21.5 x 28 cm
ISBN 9789939762616

tags: sharach ev tsasum, vilyam folkner

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