Like William Faulkner, Tennessee Williams, and other Southern writers, Hannah explores violent and eccentric behaviors in the context of family and community. Consider these threads in Southern literature when discussing Hannah and his works.
1. "One could pity him for his dead fathers. But all of his folks have been dead since they were born." What does this statement portray about the past, particularly in relationship to Homer's description of Ronnie Foot?
2. How does Hannah's narrative structure cover storytelling?
3. How does this work compare or contrast...
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