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i only read the Barn Burning part. I prefer Faulkner s short stories to his novels, but I love how Faulkner creates a world for his books and his stories and novels are set in those communities his stories are prequels to some of his novels Faulkner is world building but in realistic fiction as opposed to fantasy. Have you ever known someone who just wanted to start trouble, for no real reason at all This person in literature is Abner Snopes, who is the antagonist in William Faulkner s short story Barn Burning He causes trouble just because he is angry, and for no other real purpose Abner Snopes is in a very difficult time during America The poor southern farm worker had a hard time finding work, and in Abner s case, keeping a job This book made me understand Abner s emotions, which somewhat just Have you ever known someone who just wanted to start trouble, for no real reason at all This person in literature is Abner Snopes, who is the antagonist in William Faulkner s short story Barn Burning He causes trouble just because he is angry, and for no other real purpose Abner Snopes is in a very difficult time during America The poor southern farm worker had a hard time finding work, and in Abner s case, keeping a job This book made me understand Abner s emotions, which somewhat justifies his feelings in the book, but not his actions Whenever Abner Snopes becomes frustrated, his quick solution is to burn down their barn and take his family and move on to the next job This disturbing behavior becomes a pattern for him, which he repeats over and over again He cannot escape his own anger, and in a way, he is a prisoner Abner is of the opinion that everyone in the world is out to get him and that everyone is his enemy As a result, he is close to no one, he is even distant from his own family, who are very scared of him and don t know what he is going to do next Sarty Snopes, short for Colonel Sartoris Snopes, is especially afraid of his father Yet he loves his father unconditionally and is a good son He is very confused by his father Abner often hits and yells at him when he is angry Sarty tries to shake it off and go on with his day Yet the abuse of his father has robbed him of his childhood innocence and has forced him to grow up too quickly He is forced to work muchthan a boy of his age should His only Christmas present was a short axe that he would be able to use to chop wood for his family In the story he often had to chop and fetch wood for his family Sarty loves his father and tries to fulfill his role as a son, yet he sees injustice and wrongdoing, and being a moral person, he wants to stop it, even to the detriment of his father In one of the most tense scenes in the story, Abner is on trial at the justice of the peace s office, and Sarty is asked to testify He has a decision to make Does he tell a lie for his father or does he tell the truth, that Abner has burned down Mr Harris barn Guess What No, Seriously Guess What YOU RE GONNA HAVE TO READ IT TO FIND OUT This short story is one of my all time favorites due to the tension that is in the book You never know what is going to happen next The tension of the book is so strong, that I guarantee you that you will not want to put the book down once you start reading it I put my stamp of approval on the book, and that is better than a book recommendation from Oprah herself But above all else, this book is directly related to Coach Barwick s American Rebel Course Abner Snopes exemplifies the American Rebel due to his actions He does what he feels like, when he feels like it, both to the detriment of others, and of course, himself He is disliked, yet envied in a way, because of his free spirit It is that free spirit that all Americans admire, even though some will not admit it And that is the value of this book, it shows the actions of a true rebel When Abner Snopes had his back up against the wall, he rebels, the only thing that he knows how to do Which eventually leads to his destruction.Oops I was supposed to tell This book is a must read for anyone who feels rebellious or has that rebel written into their persona This short story analyzes the rebellious actions of a man and how it affects not only society, but all others around him, mainly his family This book will allow you to identify with that anger that Abner Snopes feels, an anger which has the power to destroy us all if we let it get that far I have never known a family who lives and works on a farm I also have no way to experience what life was like in 1938 William Faulkner s Barn Burning made me feel as I was part of the Snopes family back in 1938 The rebellious Abner Snopes makes it hard for his poor, large family to stay put in one area The story is a great showing of how hard it was for a poor family to survive especially with a destructive force such as Abner as the head of the family The character Satoris, Abner s son, I have never known a family who lives and works on a farm I also have no way to experience what life was like in 1938 William Faulkner s Barn Burning made me feel as I was part of the Snopes family back in 1938 The rebellious Abner Snopes makes it hard for his poor, large family to stay put in one area The story is a great showing of how hard it was for a poor family to survive especially with a destructive force such as Abner as the head of the family The character Satoris, Abner s son, is the reason this story has meaning to me He is the protagonist and as the reader experience things from his point of view they get a clear and highly descriptive look on what is happening Satoris is a spirited kid who fights for what he believes in He has also been taught the saying that blood is thicker than water and that all he has is his family Learning these Satoris will defend his family even when they are wrong The other members of the family are also colorful characters themselves Satoris describes his sisters as cow like and lazy His older brother is following in Abner s footsteps and is about the only one that completely agrees with what he is doing Satoris always disagrees with Abner s decisions and towards the end of the book is forced to make a decision between family and what is right.Abner has a long history of leaving his mark by destroying his employer s property before he leaves to find another job As a matter of fact the story starts out in a courthouse where Abner is being accused of burning down a barn Abner is a destructive, rebellious, and bigoted man He likes no one and seems to have the attitude of the world is out to get him Abner never can keep a job and blames everyone else for his problems When the family finds a nice place to settle down Abner starts defacing property before he even meets his boss de Spain The way he does it is just so cold and heartless He steps in horse crap and then proceeds to enter de Spain s mansion and ruin his very expensive and rare rug from France Abner is not even fazed by what he has done and acts as though nothing has happened When de Spain finds out what Abner does he takes him to court and Abner is forced to pay for the damages When he is forced to clean the rug he destroys it beyond repair When he gets fired he gets ready for his old ways of burning down the barn This is when Satoris is forced to decide to try and stop him or to continue going along with what Abner is doing He escapes and runs off in the middle of the night to tell de Spain what is about to happen This is a good example of the edge of your seat, heart pounding action that happens in this story To find out what happens to Abner and the family goo find a copy of Barn Burning im sure you will enjoy it Very vivid descriptions in Faulkner s writing He has several books containing some of these characters It is considered Southern Gothic and has some dialect, which I enjoy. I got a chance to buy this book free for my Nook and wanted the experience of reading something by Faulkner I just read the first one, The Barn Burning I plan on readinglater I had forgotten how enjoyable a short story can be. One of his best collections Two of the selections were repeaters. 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