Sanctuary

sanctuarySanctuary
by William Faulkner
1931/ 315 pages
rating:  7.5 / classic

This is one of Faulkner’s lesser known works and with good reason, imo.   He said himself it was a “pot-boiler” and written only for the money.   That may have been partially true,  but it’s still Faulkner and some scholars have some interesting ideas as to themes and symbolism.

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