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Faulkner shows the universality of ulterior motives with Whitfield, the priest of the county and not a member of the Bundren family. On the surface he is the epitome of piety, leading the community and put on a pedestal by many of his followers. Cora calls
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Unformatted text preview: him, a “godly man if ever one breathed God’s breath,” emphasizing his role as a spiritual leader. However, underlying his life as a moral and altruistic priest is his guilt of the affair with Addie that consumes him. Disregarding whether...
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