Read Faulkner’s “Barn Burning” carefully and note the “theme” you

feel speaks most clearly to you from the story. Prepare to discuss what you feel and why.  Note that some common themes include: “loyalty to family vs. loyalty to law”; Sarty’s “search for peace”; “good vs. evil”; what it means to “do the right thing”; “innocence vs. guilt.” and, like some other stories we’ve read, “coming of age.”
Faulkner, William   (1939) Barn Burning.  Harper’s Magazine.  Retrieved from William Faulkner at
Start by reviewing the primary posts of your peers and the reply posts of your other classmates.
Then, in an initial post of at least 250 words, discuss what you feel is the strongest theme of Faulkner’s “Barn Burning,” and why you feel this way.  Make sure you include at least one quote from the story to “back up” your assertion(s). Also be sure to reference any citations.

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