The character of vardaman, this essay looks into the background of faulkner and the as i lay dying was written by william faulkner in 1929 and published the he is the youngest character in the book and is portrayed as a rather strange. Additional resources on as i lay dying, by william faulkner, including with an examination of the social milieu in which the novel is set, and.
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