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New PDF release: Absalom, Absalom!: MAXNotes Literature Guide

By Carol Siri Johnson

ISBN-10: 0738673110

ISBN-13: 9780738673110

REA's MAXnotes for William Faulkner's Absalom, Absalom! MAXnotes supply a clean examine masterpieces of literature, provided in a full of life and engaging type. Written through literary specialists who at the moment train the topic, MAXnotes will increase your figuring out and pleasure of the paintings. MAXnotes are designed to stimulate autonomous thought of the literary paintings via elevating quite a few matters and thought-provoking principles and questions. MAXnotes disguise the necessities of what one may still learn about every one paintings, together with an total precis, personality lists, a proof and dialogue of the plot, the work's ancient context, illustrations to show the temper of the paintings, and a biography of the writer. every one bankruptcy is separately summarized and analyzed, and has examine questions and solutions.

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When he was young, he was turned away from a plantation door by a liveried slave. When Sutpen runs away, he goes to the West Indies to make his fortune. He became an overseer on a plantation, and during a rebellion by the slaves, he protected the plantation owner and his daughter. The trauma of the revolution draws the two young people together, and Thomas Sutpen marries Eulalia Bon, the plantation owner’s only daughter, thus making his fortune. When Sutpen returns to the United States, he first lives in New Orleans, where he discovers that Eulalia Bon has some African ancestry.

In some of his novels, such as Sanctuary (1931), in which a woman gets raped by a man holding a corn-cob, Faulkner used more lurid material to gain a readership. Faulkner used every technique available in modern literature to tell his tale. Study Questions What was the final result of Sutpen’s dealings and interaction with Mr. Coldfield? How did Miss Rosa take care of her father during the Civil War? How did Miss Rosa discover that Mr. Coldfield had died? Who sewed Judith’s trousseau? Where was the material for the trousseau from?

1859 Henry Sutpen and Charles Bon meet at the University of Mississippi in Oxford; Henry brings Charles home for Christmas; Charles and Judith fall in love; Charles Etienne St. Velery Bon is born in New Orleans. 1860 Henry brings Charles home for Christmas once again; Thomas Sutpen forbids the marriage of Judith and Charles; Henry repudiates his father, leaves with Charles Bon. 1861 Henry Sutpen, Charles Bon, and Thomas Sutpen enlist in the Confederate Army to fight in the Civil War. 1863 Ellen Coldfield Sutpen dies in her darkened room.

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