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As I Lay Dying is William Faulkner’s heartbreaking tale of the Bundren family’s odyssey through the Mississippi countryside to bury Addie, his wife, and their mother. Narrated in turn by each of the family members, including Addie herself, as well as by others; the novel varies in humor, from dark comedy to the deepest pathos. Considered one of the most influential novels in American fiction in structure, style and drama, As I Lay Dying is a true classic of the 20th century.
The story, and here is a very strong clear linear narrative, is wonderfully stupid. A family in the field in Mississippi in the 1920s has their beloved mother Addie Bundren and she dies on top of them and the lazy little daddy thinks that then he has to fulfill his wish to die which, very unreasonably, was to be buried with his own family members. 40 miles away in Jefferson. This wouldn’t be so bad except that we are in the middle of summer and there has only been heavy rain and a flood, so the bridges over the river are down. All of them, four sons, a daughter, a dad, two mules and a horse, however, leave to do the right thing. To say that they encounter obstacles would be to say nothing but the truth. One of them is that, in no time, Addie begins to withdraw, to which many strangers who pass are opposed.
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- Book Name: As I Lay Dying
- Author: William Faulkner
- Categories: American Literature
- Genre: English Novel
- Book Language: English
- File Format: PDF
- File Size: 0.67 MB
- Total Pages: 159 Pages