Faulkners Barn Burning Discussion Assignment Paper (Essay Sample)
This is for my weekly discussion. her is the teacher question.
"In Faulkner's Barn Burning, who is telling the story? Is the narrator omniscient, or does he have limited omniscience? Explain. What is the effect of the italicized passages? What does the reader learn from them? How would the story be different without them?"
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March 5, 2017
Faulkner’s Barn Burning
In William Faulkner’s Barn Burning, the narrator who is telling the story is someone who views the lives of Sarty and the other characters from a distance. Faulkner mostly utilized this third-person perspective in elaborating the story, in order to create a sense of “objectivity” for the readers. However, this creates the illusion of the narrator as someone who is necessarily “omniscient” for the fact that he was able to talk about each of the events that transpired and also Sarty’s thoughts in clear details. However, the author of this paper argues tha...
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