Absalom6 - Various other aspects of the novel also are...

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Absalom, Absalom Perhaps Faulkner's strongest condemnation of the values of the South comes from the son's (Henry Sutpen's) willingly sanctioning incest but resorting to fratricide to prevent miscegenation.
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Unformatted text preview: Various other aspects of the novel also are critiques of the Southern mode of living which Faulkner, like Quentin at the end of this novel, both loved and hated....
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