Reviews

  • Burns throughout with a fierce indignation against cruelty, stupidity and prejudice - a great book

    Spectator
  • Faulkner has inexhaustible invention, powerful imagination, and he writes, generally, like an angel

    Arnold Bennett
  • By universal consent of critics and common readers, Faulkner is now recognised as the strongest American novelist of the century, clearly surpassing (Ernest) Hemingway and (Scott) Fitzgerald, and standing as an equal in the sequence that includes Hawthorne, Melville, Mark Twain and Henry James

    Harold Bloom
  • Magisterial

    Independent

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