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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He did not know what it was because he had never heard it before and he would
never be expected to hear such again since it is not given to every man to hear
such at all and to none to hear it more than once in his life . And he was not ...
... because there was peace in the room now , the fury gone ; Wilbourne could
now hear the gray wife at the stove in the kitchen and he could hear the black
wind again , risible , jeering , constant , inattentive , and it even seemed to him
that he ...
... night he could hear the boom of seas against the breakwater in the crashing
darkness and the buoy too , gurgling now between bellows ; he could even seem
to hear the roar of water streaming from it as it surged up again with each choking
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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