The Wild Palms
Vintage Books, 1964 - 339 pàgines
An early Faulkner novel, originally published in 1939, embodying two interlocking stories of illicit love, a tragedy of men who deny the responsibilities of love, yet cannot do without it.
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Now the water slid away , the sound of the trestle ceased , the engine whistled
again and the train regained speed , and almost at once they were running
through an outskirt of shabby houses which would be Hammond , and he ceased
There was no dying fall to his voice , it just ceased and the convict stood looking
quietly at a halffull quart of whiskey sitting on the table . “ How do you know he's
drowned ? ” the Warden said to the deputy . “ How do you know he didn't just see
... flood spread on before him now with a quality almost phosphorescent , right up
to the instant where vision ceased . The darkness in fact had its advantages ; he
could now stop seeing the rain . He and his garments had been wet for more ...
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LibraryThing ReviewRevisió d'Usuari - isisingonthecake - LibraryThing
My mother asked me what I thought of it, and mentioned that she thought it sounded kind of "steamy" from the GoodReads summary, so this started out as a comment on her comment and then turned into a ... Llegeix la ressenya completa
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A couple meet, she is married with children , he is a poor naive medical student. They fall in love and run away. She is an artist. He wants to keep their love pure, above middle class conventions ... Llegeix la ressenya completa