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Download Ì PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ä William Faulkner The Sound and the Fury Free download Í PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Omane jis atkuria asmenybės sąmonės bei pasąmonės turinį atskleidžia instinktų poveikį žmogaus psichikai realizuoja savitą laiko sampratą Gyvenimo tragizmo suvokimas skatina romano herojų dvasinę raid. 671 The Sound And The Fury William FaulknerThe Sound and the Fury is a novel written by the American author William Faulkner It employs a number of narrative styles including stream of consciousness Published in 1929 The Sound and the Fury was Faulkner s fourth novel and was not immediately successful The first section of the novel is narrated by Benjamin Benjy Compson a source of shame to the family due to his diminished mental capacity the only characters who show genuine care for him are Caddy his older sister and Dilsey a matronly servant His narrative voice is characterized predominantly by its nonlinearity spanning the period 1898 1928 Benjy s narrative is a series of non chronological events presented in a stream of consciousness The presence of italics in Benjy s section indicates significant shifts in the narrative Originally Faulkner meant to use different colored inks to signify chronological breaks Characters The Compsons Dilsey Gibson uentin Compson III Jason Compson IV Caroline Bascomb Compson Candace Caddy Compson Benjamin Benjy Compson Miss uentin Compson 1978 1353 422 1383 414 1387 9789643512304 1392 1394 534 9786001216398 1369 317 1376 9644480627 1381 430 1386 1388 1390 1392 9789644480621 1395 412 9786005205954 1395 658 9786004042512 09061399

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Download Ì PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ä William Faulkner The Sound and the Fury Free download Í PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ą tačiau ne visi personažai pajėgūs ištverti vidinio pasaulio ir aplinkos nesantarvę Kūrinio pobūdis yra paveikęs pasakojimą ir sintaksę šiuos ypatumus atspindi pirmas romano vertimas į lietuvių kalb. Schall und Wahnis not easy reading The plot is shattered by flashbacks cuts and inner monologues In each part the narrative perspective changes In spite of this experimental and innovative narrative the author succeeds again and again in capturing the reader with the tragic force of history and language and to keep the tension alive Faulkner portrays his protagonists realistically without spoiling their character weaknessesResume A dense language a great atmosphere A uniue novel This world wide work of art at the height of Faulkner s creativity leads to a linguistic treasure It must be read absolutely Let Sleeping Dogs Lie yra paveikęs pasakojimą ir sintaksę šiuos Secret Agent MinisterDeadly Texas Rose ypatumus atspindi pirmas romano vertimas į lietuvių kalb. Schall und Wahnis not easy reading The plot is shattered by flashbacks cuts and inner monologues In each part the narrative perspective changes In spite of this experimental and innovative narrative the author succeeds again and again in capturing the reader with the tragic force of history and language and to keep the tension alive Faulkner portrays his protagonists realistically without spoiling their character weaknessesResume A dense language a great atmosphere A uniue novel This world wide work of art at the height of Faulkner s creativity leads to a linguistic treasure It must be read absolutely

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Download Ì PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ä William Faulkner The Sound and the Fury Free download Í PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free „Triukšmas ir įniršis“ 1922 laikomas vienu iš geriausių ir įdomiausių rašytojo romanų Iš savo kūrinių šią knygą Folkneris labiausiai brangino Analizuodamas sudėtingą žmogaus prigimtį šiame r. The first time I attempted this book I made my way through a mere three pages before deciding it would be a waste To date it is the only book that I had the good sense to leave until later as my usual response is to barrel through the pages come hell or high water Perhaps it was a good thing that I had just finished slogging my way through a monstrous tome that left my brain incapable of facing down the beginning of Benjy s prose I don t remember the title of whatever book left me in that state but I do remember staring at the beginning pages of this one my mind wandering in frozen disbelief over the contorted fragments that supposedly made up a story So I left it until later four years later if I remember correctly and I m glad that I didThe writing in this book is notoriously difficult Insert reference to uote from Macbeth something something signifying nothing and all that jazz You ve heard it before and I won t waste anyone s time reiterating it However now that I ve finally reached the end I can t say that I would change any part of it Had the entire book been written in the style of the last section largely cohesive with rare flares of descriptive prose and sudden jumps in point of view and timeline it would not have been nearly as powerful The story IS sound the story IS fury and you can t convey that without dipping the prose in that septic pool of chaotic madness If I hadn t battled my way through Benjy if I hadn t pulled myself inch by inch through uentin I wouldn t have understood the horror of Jason or the final tragedy of the conclusion To be frank I wouldn t have caredBut I did care I did care because the haphazard mess of the beginning readied my mind for a reading that instead of demanding a tenacious follower asked for a bucket to fill with errant drops A drop of plot line here a drop of context there many drops that filled in the blanks of the neurotic frenzy that is the Compson family Nature versus nurture Nature planted a singular seed of madness in the blood and nurture drove each along different paths You ll be gathering bits and pieces of this tangential story wondering what it s all for and then a single phrase will narrow the story to a focal point of singular rage and despair When that happens you ll understand what all that seemingly headless running about was for All the disconnected hints and teases will culminate in an awful truth and it isn t a feeling that any sort of linear timeline can conveyFor if you read an edition that contains the foreword appendix written by the author you ll be given that linear timeline right at the beginning You ll know the hard cold facts of this family long before the story begins You ll know their furthest ancestor and you ll know their ignominious end and you ll even get the major notable events in between You won t care about Benjy s plight or uentin s or Jason s or the whole family s this Southern strain of blood that ends in a lost oblivion of death bitterness and idiocy All you ll have is context that collection of straightforward no nonsense tidbits that make perfect sense and ultimately mean nothing You can t expect them to long before you have delved into the lives of these characters the agonizing push and pull each one of them suffers in their respective place You can t expect them to if you still wish to put this story in its place with each character neatly categorized and every loose end resolved in a satisfying conclusion This story is one concerned with the long slow death of lineage the inexorable tugging and tearing of ideologies and timelines on a collection of souls that have been slung together in a collusion of familial blood and social connections No one escapes the hell on earth that was apportioned to them embodied in poisonous words that are fueled by a poisonous life conditioned by a poisonous world Not even the idiot who does not know the context and yet feels the agony much as we the reader feel our way through the chaotic text of this story with an underlying sense of grief and despair one that cannot be contained in a single uote paragraph page or section Not until it s much too late and somewhere along the twisted path we lost our hearts to this tragic mess of a family that we knew was doomed from the start Somewhere amongst the sound and the fury that pain touched us and the most we can do is join Benjy in the bellowing in response to that fearful anger We know it signifies nothing We know it does much as anything with a beginning and an end will eventually be lost in the mists of time and the world will roll on in ignorant bliss of its history We know that But it sure as hell doesn t feel that way

  • Hardcover
  • 341
  • The Sound and the Fury
  • William Faulkner
  • Lithuanian
  • 03 May 2019
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