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The Sound and the Fury

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Title: The Sound and the Fury
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Date: November 22, 2000
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Quentin is the oldest of the Compson children, and has romantic ideals about virginity. He is obsessed with his sister, Caddy, and is upset with her for wanting to marry a man named Dalton Ames. And he only becomes more upset when his father pays no negative regard toward Caddy's promiscuity or about honor within a family...
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This eventually leads him to commit suicide. He is the only character in the novel who is obsessed with honor and sexuality. And when he can't find any love from his mother, he turns to Caddy. Quentin does not want to forget how he handled Caddy's promiscuity because he believes that if he were to forget the entire experience would be meaningless although he is haunted by it...
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