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 stooped swiftly and unlocked the chain which joined the tall convict and the
plump hairless one . “ It's just down the road a piece . ” He rose . The two convicts
followed him down to the boats . “ Follow them telephone poles until you come to
Without turning his head he spoke to the plump convict . “ Tell him , " he said . “
He was the one that said he could row a boat , ” the plump convict said . “ I never .
I told him myself— ” he indicated the deputy warden with a jerk of his head “ —I ...
and the convict said , “ Yes , " and the man said , “ Jump in then , ” and the convict
said , “ Only I've got a— “ Yes , ” the plump one said . “ That's what I been aiming
to ask . What did— ” The tall convict's face was grave , his voice was calm , just ...
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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