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As I Lay Dying: Characters

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As I Lay Dying: Characters

Anse
father, weds a new better half after he buries his other one, poor farmer, he has unsightly feet and a hunchback when he goes in town to burry his spouse he wants a brand-new set of teeth, can’t sweat
Addie
Child with Whitfield, Gem is her preferred kid, she used to be a teacher, not religious, baker
Gem
Whitfield and Addie’s kid, has very couple of chapters, safeguards his mommy, tall competitive, likes his horse and after that dislikes it, bathroom mouth
Darl
the most sane one, has the most interior monologues in the unique, sets his mothers coffin on fire, shy, utilizes advanced language, observant
Dewey Dell
Pregnant with Lafe’s baby, bakes cakes to bring to town, seventeen, not appropriate in her speech
Money
carpenter, builds his moms coffin, he also likes his tools, broke his leg and then broke it again so they sealed it, flaunt
Vardaman
youngest believes his mommies death is like a fish he has actually just recently caught and cleaned
Vernon Tull
he is their wealthier neighbor he works with Darl, Jewel, and Money for weird jobs
Cora
Sticks with Addie for her last hours, extremely spiritual, self-sufficient
Peabody
The badly obese rural physician who addresses Addie and later on to Money. Peabody is very crucial of the method Anse treats his kids.
Moseley
The Mottson druggist who indignantly refuses Dewey Dell’s request for an abortion. Moseley’s stern lecture to Dewey Dell is both the embodiment of sanctimoniousness and, some may state, of fatherly caring.
Lafe
Dewey Dells child daddy, he affects Dewey Dell
Samson
The regional farmer who installs the Bundrens on the very first evening of their devastating funeral journey. Samson sees the Bundrens’ issues as a judgment on the family’s tacky good manners and on Addie and Anse’s neglect for God and their own children.
MacGowan
A rather despicable young employee at a Jefferson drugstore. MacGowan extorts a sexual favor from Dewey Dell in return for a fake abortion treatment. (Treatment)
Armstid
A regional farmer who installs the Bundrens on the second night of their funeral journey. Anse repeatedly and strictly declines Armstid’s deal to provide Anse a team of mules.
Whitfield
Minister Addie cheated on Anse with Jewels dad, though Whitfield resolves to confess the affair to Anse, he ends up choosing that the mere intention to admit will do simply as well.
Faulkner’s Narrative Design
Fifteen or sixteen various narrators
Faulkner’s Story Style
Interior monologues
Faulkner’s Narrative Design
Stream of consciousness
Faulkner’s Narrative Design
Adjustment of time
Faulkner’s Story Style
Dialect of the Characters
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