The Inquiring Reader
Reviews, critiques, and thoughts

William Faulkner

  • The Sound and the Fury

    A Southern family, once wealthy and respected by their town, drives itself into financial and moral ruin. Led by an abusive, hypochondriac mother and her spiteful youngest son, the family tries to redirect the course of their inevitable demise. Their rigid morals and stubbornness only bury them deeper.