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    What are some of the themes on the novel, The Sound and the Fury, by William Faulkner?

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    Themes to be considered:
    <br>1.Analyze how women are portrayed as strong characters. The character of Caddy Compson plays a significant role in the establishment of plot and the process of developing identities for the other characters in the novel, specifically her brothers Quentin, Jason and Benjy. Explore the roles that her brothers had assigned to her and argue that Caddy was an independent woman who didn't seem to need to meet the criteria that society demanded of her as ...

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    The Sound and the Fury by William Faulkner is explored thematically.