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Uncollected Stories of William Faulkner

by William Faulkner

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Qué mas se puede decir de Faulkner? extraordinario escritor. Mi favorito.

"Anciano- dijo- ¿has vivido ya tanto que has lllegado a olvidar todo lo que supiste o sentiste o hasta oiste acerca del amor?"
El Otoño del Delta. W. Faulkner

"El valor y el honor y el orgullo-dijo- y la piedad y el amor por la justicia y y por la libertad. Todo ello toca el corazón, y aquello a lo que se aferra eel coorazon se convierte en verdad, en aquello que alcanzamos a entender como verdad...". El Oso. W. Faulkner. ( )
  darioha | Oct 17, 2016 |
Well, these obviously aren't as good as his collected stories, or else they would have been collected themselves. The first part of this is stories that eventually became his novels, and those are very interesting to read once you have read the novels. The unpublished and uncollected short stories produced a few gems, but mainly you can see why they weren't picked up. They are far inferior to some of his great stories. ( )
  BeaverMeyer | Jul 29, 2007 |
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These forty-five stories include not only some of Faulkner's best, but also what proved to be the testing ground for what latter became such major novels as THE UNVANQUISHED, THE HAMLET and GO DOWN MOSES.

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