The Sound and the Fury by William Faulkner

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Shifts in narration found in the third section Explain the importance of the shift in narration found in the third section of The Sound and The Fury (Jason's section) compared to the first two sections. NOT shifts from brother to brother, but the difference in style between the brothers than Faulkner created. THANK YOU!!!

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Compared to the first two sections of the novel, Jason's section is strikingly "sane", linear, and clear. He is just as obsessive as his brothers, focusing much of his thinking on his niece Caddy just as Quentin and Benjy focused on their sister Caddy (the mother...

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