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The celebrated painter goes to a zoo to view some animals and paint some pictures He paints these pictures to make some bucks, sure, but above all things he s an artist, and so the paintings are indeed works of art His technique amazes images that flow into each other like thoughts, a graceful juggling of light and shadow and pure dark, a way of turning a grim and bleak landscape into something beautiful, even sublime This is a painter who knows his subject A master of his form This is an The celebrated painter goes to a zoo to view some animals and paint some pictures He paints these pictures to make some bucks, sure, but above all things he s an artist, and so the paintings are indeed works of art His technique amazes images that flow into each other like thoughts, a graceful juggling of light and shadow and pure dark, a way of turning a grim and bleak landscape into something beautiful, even sublime This is a painter who knows his subject A master of his form This is an artist There is much hushed conversation at the art gallery opening What are these wonderfully realistic yet often inexplicable images What are these animals doing In one series of linked paintings, an animal looks trapped, surrounded by other animals, fleeing here and there, finally cornered A brave society matron approaches the celebrated painter and asks him about this particular series what exactly is it depicting The artist replies, That is a young female, confused and alone while among others of her species, and in that particular painting she is being raped with a corncob by that unusual looking beast Later, she will imprint upon her rapist and so they form a couple but because he is physically unable to mate, he allows another male to mate with her He later kills that male But of course, replies the matron It becomes so muchclear upon closer inspection The artist smiles a secret smile, and murmurs, And as you ll see in this final series, I ve depicted this impotent male s strange and violent childhood He is certainly an unusual fellow His story is quite worthy of both high society and the masses contemplation And so it goes The gorgeous and ambiguous imagery illustrates a host of terrible things within settings that are strikingly rendered yet also resolutely banal The beauty of the images enhances the experience particularly for those viewers who appreciate mastery of technique and persistence of vision and the bleakness of the settings allow the viewers to feel as if they are understanding something basic and primal about these animals Such depressing lives these sad creatures must live The guests at the art opening may not have been entertained per se outside of their appreciation of style and virtuosity but they do leave the gallery quite edified It has been an educational experience and they will have much to discuss at the next dinner party.One lone straggler remains He eventually approaches the celebrated painter and after first praising his works, rather timidly says, In the end I must admit I am left wondering how do you actually feel about the animals in these paintings What is your own personal perspective The artist dryly replies, They disgust me If I could, I d slaughter them all Update as of 1 11 2017..Faulkner still sucksOK, Im going to be honest and tell you how I feel about Faulkner..Fuck Faulkner No, seriously, fuck him Im sorry, he s got a lot of street cred but his books are slow and dull and do not capture the reader at all within the first chapter I have the attention span of a fish This is ground for dismissal on my part I tried reading this one and The Sound and Fury and even though they sounded awesome, within the first chapter I couldn t re Update as of 1 11 2017..Faulkner still sucksOK, Im going to be honest and tell you how I feel about Faulkner..Fuck Faulkner No, seriously, fuck him Im sorry, he s got a lot of street cred but his books are slow and dull and do not capture the reader at all within the first chapter I have the attention span of a fish This is ground for dismissal on my part I tried reading this one and The Sound and Fury and even though they sounded awesome, within the first chapter I couldn t read any His work is like nails on a chalkboard I can t follow his writing at all, maybe I m retarded good possibility of this It s so slow and dull, I don t know what any of the characters are doing half the time I drift in and out of consciousness while reading his work I have no patience I thought this was going to be about rape, brutality of human nature, and other awesome things But instead, it was about.fuck, i dont even know what it was about I read the first chapter and came to the conclusion that getting poked in the eye for 20 minutes would have been better.He also loves to use Southern slang, which is the most annoying thing to hear in your head after 15 pages Ya ll and shit like this See isn t it annoying just thinking about that one word, imagine 15 pages of this So there, I said it.Now that I ve ranted, maybe I can stop critiquing the works of famous writers and do somethingconstructive like get a job or a steady girlfriend Like I have any right to judge such a famous writer Where the hell do I get off I think I m so smart with my dumb little critiques, my updates on facebook every 20 minutes, and my lack of any ambition If it came down to it I could not write if my life depended on it I m full of shit If you read this far, disregard everything I ve written.I need a life.P.S I copy and pasted this whole critique from The Sound and Fury critique I cant even write an original review For Chrissake Sanctuary, William FaulknerSanctuary is a novel by the American author William Faulkner about the rape and abduction of a well bred Mississippi college girl, Temple Drake, during the Prohibition era It is considered one of hiscontroversial works, given its theme of rape First published in 1931, it was Faulkner s commercial and critical breakthrough, establishing his literary reputation It is said Faulkner claimed it was a potboiler , written purely for profit, but this has been debated Sanctuary, William FaulknerSanctuary is a novel by the American author William Faulkner about the rape and abduction of a well bred Mississippi college girl, Temple Drake, during the Prohibition era It is considered one of hiscontroversial works, given its theme of rape First published in 1931, it was Faulkner s commercial and critical breakthrough, establishing his literary reputation It is said Faulkner claimed it was a potboiler , written purely for profit, but this has been debated by scholars and Faulkner s own friends 1989 1367 322 9644483030 1385 20 Sanctuary is a bleak southploitation novel casually dismissed by Faulkner as a potboiler he wrote to make a few bucks back when he was a coal shoveler that pumped out groundbreaking experimental novels by night Faulkner also claims he wrote this novel with the modest goal in mind of writing the most horrific tale he could imagine Say what you will about the merits of this book read piss off if you dismiss this book but you have to give the man his due this novel is some seriously twisted Sanctuary is a bleak southploitation novel casually dismissed by Faulkner as a potboiler he wrote to make a few bucks back when he was a coal shoveler that pumped out groundbreaking experimental novels by night Faulkner also claims he wrote this novel with the modest goal in mind of writing the most horrific tale he could imagine Say what you will about the merits of this book read piss off if you dismiss this book but you have to give the man his due this novel is some seriously twisted shit It s no small feat in this day and age of tykes and tykettes raised from an early age on bodily carnage and pornographic gymnastics to have a written a novel that still causes the reader to gasp in horror Or, in the case of this particular reader, who deals with the horrors of reality in questionable ways, to close his eyes for a moment and give a sputter laugh at the are you serious ness of it all The novel s narrative focuses on a hussy of an eighteen year old socialite, Temple Drake who for the first half of the book may strike us modern readers, with our wonderful gift of female badasses like Lisabeth Salander, Clarice Starling, and Miriam Black, as resembling a little too much a helpless canary panicking in its cage , who gets kidnapped by a grotesquely noirsh, redneck thug named Popeye Littlecan be said without giving away some of the grim twists and sordid reveals this Gothic tale takes, but know this Faulkner uses Sanctuary as a means of focusing his fury and discontent with rural society by populating his novel with sleazy politicians, vile spinsters, ghastly babies, drunken frat boys, lowlife lawyers, ruthless killers, delusional prostitutes, and even the rare sighting of a few actually decent people While nowhere near as challenging or experimental as Faulkner s modern classics insert list here , this novel is written in an often breathless, ramshackle pacing that will keep the scandalized reader turning pages A must read for lovers of redneck antics I want to begin by saying that reading through the reviews for this book is a very frustrating experience Every second review quotes that Faulkner only wrote this book to make money and that this is why they do not like the book Let me clarify this issue for anyone that doesn t know the actual facts surrounding the changes that Sanctuary undertook before it was published I m certain other people have done so already on this thread, but please humour me Here is a quote from Faulkner at the ba I want to begin by saying that reading through the reviews for this book is a very frustrating experience Every second review quotes that Faulkner only wrote this book to make money and that this is why they do not like the book Let me clarify this issue for anyone that doesn t know the actual facts surrounding the changes that Sanctuary undertook before it was published I m certain other people have done so already on this thread, but please humour me Here is a quote from Faulkner at the back of my copy of Sanctuary Then I saw that Sanctuary was so terrible that there were but two things to do tear it up or rewrite it I thought again, it might sell maybe 10,000 of them will buy it So I tore the galleys down and rewrote the book It had been already set up once, so I had to pay for the privilege of rewriting it, trying to make out of it something which would not shameThe Sound and the FuryandAs I Lay Dyingtoo much and I made a fair job and I hope you will buy it and tell your friends and I hope they will buy it too So, if you don t like this book, that s fine we all have differing opinions and that s a great thing , but you shouldn t go into it with a bias that Faulkner half assed this one.That being said, I ll talk a bit about the book As with everything I ve read by Faulkner, I found the writing very compelling I couldn t put it down The book is undoubtedly extremely grotesque in some places and gratuitously so People seem to think that because something they ve read makes them uncomfortable or disgusted, it is immediately a terrible piece of literature I disagree Literature that can evoke strong emotion is a powerful thing that deserves its due attention Though I must admit that this isn t one of my favourites by Faulkner, I also admit that the prose flows Faulkner is, as always, a master at conveying stunning imagery and he uses gorgeous metaphors Whenever I read him, I feel as though I ve watched a film as everything seems like it s been burned onto my retinas I ll leave off with a few quotes I found gripping enough to mark and that will hopefully whet your appetite The cigarette wreathed its faint plume across Popeye s face, one side of his face squinted against the smoke like a mask carved into two simultaneous expressions Time s not such a bad thing after all Use it right, and you can stretch anything out, like a rubber band, until it busts somewhere, and there you are, with all tragedy and despair in two little knots between thumb and forefinger of each hand Holding the towel about her she stole toward the door, her ears acute, her eyes a little blind with the strain of listening My tour through the works of Faulkner continues, this time courtesy of the monthly read with OTSLT group I didn t know of the history of this book before I began reading and read it as I always do Faulkner, with an eye out for the impenetrable prose and the other simply waiting for remarkable prose I found less of the impenetrable prose than usual but much that struck me as beautifully written I was also struck by the almost stage manager sense of some of the descriptions provided in the set My tour through the works of Faulkner continues, this time courtesy of the monthly read with OTSLT group I didn t know of the history of this book before I began reading and read it as I always do Faulkner, with an eye out for the impenetrable prose and the other simply waiting for remarkable prose I found less of the impenetrable prose than usual but much that struck me as beautifully written I was also struck by the almost stage manager sense of some of the descriptions provided in the set up of scenes and actions It reminded me of the actual copious stage directions Tennessee Williams provided so that reading his plays actually provides visual scenes for the reader.And then there are the characters As I said in my final update for my reading, I m left with a feeling of inevitability and sadness at the end of this reading, sadness for everyone, disdain for many, but continued admiration for Faulkner s skill There is such hopelessness for everyone in this tale even the youngest show little promise or have been compromised I know that at least a part of Faulkner wrote this in an attempt to have a break through novel And he succeeded But he also used the settings of all his other books, the same family clans that have had been developing in other novels, so this novel cannot be considered outside of his work In this novel we see almost everyone living down to the lowest common denominator And those that don t They are overwhelmed by everything around them A sad novel, so well written by one of my favorite writers Thanks to On the Southern Literary Trail for selecting this for a March read I m trying to imagine a darker world than the one William Faulkner portrays in Sanctuary, and I can t come up with one There is not one character who isn t pretty much despicable in his her own right Even Benbow, the lawyer who seeks to help a man that he knows is not guilty of the murder for which he is charged, is weak and unsavory in many ways.What happens to Temple Drake, who finds herself in a very dangerous situation because she is young, naive, and clueless about the world at large, sho I m trying to imagine a darker world than the one William Faulkner portrays in Sanctuary, and I can t come up with one There is not one character who isn t pretty much despicable in his her own right Even Benbow, the lawyer who seeks to help a man that he knows is not guilty of the murder for which he is charged, is weak and unsavory in many ways.What happens to Temple Drake, who finds herself in a very dangerous situation because she is young, naive, and clueless about the world at large, should not happen to the worst among us The passages concerning her were desperately difficult to read They are so stark and realistic, written in a quick clipped manner that echoes the shallow, frightened breathes you know she is taking I found myself holding on to my own breath and gasping, with a tightness in my chest that surprised me.No one could ever accuse Faulkner of being easy reading He suggeststhan tells sometimes, or you get a few chapters along and wonder if you missed something previous or even misunderstood what you have read He loves to answer questions only after you have given up on getting the answers you need, and he washes through a very important event and then gives you bits of details later in the story It is exhilarating and irritating at the same time I have never closed one of his books without feeling that I should start over at the beginning and read it again Sanctuary is not my favorite Faulkner, but Temple Drake is, I believe, one of his stronger characters She is a complicated mixture of vixen and child, she is a victim of not only the evil that is Popeye, but of the evil that is the system in which she has been raised and from which she draws her morals, or lack thereof I m looking forward to reading Requiem for a Nun and seeing where her future takes her What possible meaning could life have after an experience like this one I do love Faulkner s writing although my first read of The Sound and the Fury nearly drove me mad A second reading and analysis at college helped me understand and love it better The only other novel I d read by Faulkner was Light in August, which I also enjoyed Sanctuary not really knowing only the strict minimum about it took me by surprise The writing is thorough, direct, and easy to follow The readability of it is reassuring, especially for those who haven t read any Faulkner However t I do love Faulkner s writing although my first read of The Sound and the Fury nearly drove me mad A second reading and analysis at college helped me understand and love it better The only other novel I d read by Faulkner was Light in August, which I also enjoyed Sanctuary not really knowing only the strict minimum about it took me by surprise The writing is thorough, direct, and easy to follow The readability of it is reassuring, especially for those who haven t read any Faulkner However the characters are all unlikeable and the subject matter is graphic to say the least Popeye is definitely one of the most evil characters in literary fiction Faulkner is known for his grimy, dark tales, but this one is that personified I liked it though What I love about Faulkner is the way he created Yoknapatawpha County, Mississippi, a fictional town, and made it feel like it could have been a very real place At no point will the reader question its existence nor that the characters are unbelievable Sanctuary is interesting on all levels plot development, character analysis, themes, etc I d say this is a great place to start with Faulkner All the same, I ll never look at corncobs the same way again {FREE E-PUB} õ Tapınak ô William Faulkner,tane dek s ren Sava n birle tirmeyi sadece yasal olarak sa lad G ney in d nyas n yans t r D e imde l rken den As I Lay Dying,ba layarak k yleriyle kasabalar yla, ailelir ve bireyleriyle Missouri Eyaleti ndeki Jefferson kenti evresinde t m yle zg n bir b lge kurar Yoknapatawpha Birbiri ard na yay mlad , bug n yaln z Amerikan edebiyat n n de il, d nya edebiyat n n ba yap t say lan romanlar , ba larda ses getirmez, ilgi ekmez okurlar aras ndade Tap nak n Sanctuary yay mlanmas , Faulkner n bir yandan nlenmesine, kitaplar n n hem yeni bask yap p hem ok satmas na neden olurken, bir yandan da tepki eker ve G ney in ruhunu k k d rd i in toplat l r baz ehirlerdeTap nak n bunca ilgi ekmesinin nedeni, ustaca r lm olay rg s , nerdeyse bir polisiye gerilimi ta mas ve zg n slubu oldu u kadar karakterlerinin arp c l d r da K t l n bir simgesi niteli i ta yan Popeye, iyi niyetli ama hi bir i i sonland rmayan bir avukat olan Benbow varl kl bir ailenin niversite rencisi olan diren siz bir kurban kimli indeki k z Temple ve anlams z bir cinayet, tecav z ve sonras nda nemli nemsiz roller stlenen s radan karakterler So ukkanl bir dille anlat lan bu kanl yk de hepsi de ka n lmaz bir yer al rTap nak, bug n de rpertiyor okurunu Psychologically astute and wonderfully poetic, Sanctuary is a powerful novel examining the nature of true evil, through the prisms of mythology, local lore, and hard boiled detective fiction This is the dark, at times brutal, story of the kidnapping of Mississippi debutante Temple Drake, who introduces her own form of venality into the Memphis underworld where she is being held Psychologically astute and wonderfully poetic, Sanctuary is a powerful novel examining the nature of true evil, through the prisms of mythology, local lore, and hard boiled detective fiction This is the dark, at times brutal, story of the kidnapping of Mississippi debutante Temple Drake, who introduces her own form of venality into the Memphis underworld where she is being held.