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    what all society has brought into this world. Furthermore, many find nature as their safe place, the one place they can go too and no one can interfere with their happiness. John Muir and William Wordsworth noticed

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    William Faulkner's As I Lay Dying In his book, As I Lay Dying, William Faulkner pioneers new and interesting literary forms. His most obvious deviation from traditional novel writing was the new style of narration in which he used all the main characters as the narrator at one point or another. This allowed the reader to gain insight into the character’s thoughts, and also to prove very interesting and entertaining. Faulkner also ignores all boundaries that sane people have placed upon the English

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    As I Lay Dying by William Faulkner

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    As I Lay Dying by William Faulkner is presented to the reader in a stream of consciousness narration style told from fifteen points of view, which each chapter is narrated by one character. Faulkner engages the reader to form multiple interpretations and at times they are conflicting. The novel is centered around one character, Addie, who has just passed away. However, Addie only has one chapter in the novel but the fact that she has already passed away makes her section even more significant

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    a loved one they get scared by this reality of that they do not know where they are going and when they make it there how will it be for them. In William Faulkner's book, As I Lay Dying, we go through the process at which a family loses a “loved” one and we follow the family all the way until the deceased, Addie Burden, is buried in Jefferson. In As I Lay Dying you see the steps of grieving are different for many people and some of the people will come out destroyed and others without a scratch.

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    In William Faulkner’s acclaimed novel, As I Lay Dying, three very different female characters: Dewy, Cora and Addie, show us the misogynistic culture and lack of opportunities for women in this place and time. Set in the fictional town of Yoknapatawpha, Mississippi in the 1920s, the novel shows that women’s basic role in life during was to bear children. They are shamed for having any sexual desires that seem to accompany any of the mention of the female anatomy and sexuality. Traditionally, the

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    William the Conqueror and his Patronage William I, better known as William the Conqueror, began his medieval and political career at a young age when his father left him to go on a crusade. Effectively William became the Duke of Normandy. He had to fight against other members of the Norman royalty who desired William's land and treasure. William learned at an early age that the men who ruled Europe during the middle ages were primarily interested in their own greed at the expense of all else,

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    atheism. Regardless, spiritual or religious thought is woven into what we read just like it is woven into the world in which we live. Some authors praise a particular belief system, others approach the same with ridicule and mockery. In William Faulkner’s novel titled As I Lay Dying one would get the sense that Faulkner’s references to religion comes from his own life experience. The reader may also get the feeling that Faulkner has a bit of disdain for his experience with religion. Evangelical Christianity

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    's poems. For me taking this course I was not interested in poetry at all but now after taking this class I have learned to appreciate the beautiful poets that express their beliefs in many of their poetry, yet the stimulating moment when my mind engaged with an author 's thought. As William Blake once said “As a man is, so he sees. As the eye is formed, such are its powers” means that we can see only what we are prepared to see or expect to see. As a student, I wanted to understand

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    of discomfort that result from holding two conflicting beliefs. When there is a discrepancy between beliefs and behaviors, something must change in order to eliminate or reduce the dissonance,” (Cherry, What Is Cognitive Dissonance?). In As I Lay Dying by William Faulkner, Jewel is indeed an exceptionally free character; he behaves extremely harshly with the other characters. Jewel irrefutably repudiates his sentiments and feelings numerous times, as he does with the horse in one of the sections of

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    very distinctive social classes: African Americans, poor white farmers, townspeople, and wealthy aristocrats. This class system is reflected in William Faulkner’s novel, As I Lay Dying, where the Bundrens a poor, white family, are on a quest to bury their now deceased wife and mother, Addie in the town of Jefferson. Taking a Marxist criticism approach to As I Lay Dying, readers notice how Faulkner’s use of characterization reveals how country folk are looked down upon by the wealthy, upper class townspeople

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