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  • The Unvanquished
    William Faulkner's The Unvanquished concerns the honor code of the South. It is a theme that Faulkner touches upon in his other novels: The Sound and the Fury, Light In August, Absalom, Alsalom!...

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    The Unvanquished, by William Faulkner, is a novel overflowing with violence. Set in the south during the tumultuous years of the Civil War. Bayard, whose father (Colonel Sartoris), is at the center...

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    There are many forms of conflict in William Faulkner’s, “The Unvanquished.” In the opening scene, two young children, Bayard and Ringo, play contentedly in the sand. Their play is...

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    There are a few ways to discuss the style of this novel. To speak generally, this novel employs modernist methods of story-telling (and explores modernist themes). Characteristics of the novel that...

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    Bayard's Granny dies. She is killed by a man named Grumby, having been "set up" by Ab Snopes. Bayard learns, regretfully, that he possessed the power to shape events but did not exercise that...

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    We might take Ringo's decision to stay (along with Louvinia and Joby) as evidence of the scope of the cultural shift that took place as a result of the Civil War. Hundreds of years of highly...

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    Faulkner's "living map" refers to the area where the story takes place, the ficitonal Yoknapatawpha County, Mississipi. It is close to the action of the Civil War for the protagonists Bayard...

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