My rating: 3 of 5 stars
The storytelling and writing style carry this book.
William Faulkner details the steadily crushed hopes of Thomas Sutpen as he attempts to make his claim on wealth and prosperity in the Antebellum South.
Ahead of its time socially, the book uses coarse language to describe harrowing subject manner. This is often a tough read.
The experience is well worth it to capture the particular setting and frame of mind of the period, but could be a struggle for those who aren't ready for the subject matter.
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