- Faulkner, William. As I Lay Dying. Guernsey, UK: Vintage, 1996.
The Question and Answer section for As I Lay Dying is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel.
For the most part, the narrators outside of the Bundren family seen to view the Bundrens as lazy, frustrating, and foolish.
Peabody was upset because he was called at the last minute.... Addie was dying and nothing else could be done.
"I knew that nobody but a luckless man could ever need a doctor in the face of a cyclone"
Darl is often used as an objective speaker, although he is indeed
involved with the situation he is speaking about. In this chapter he recalls Jewel's purchase of his horse. This is a strong clue that Jewel is not Anse's son, since Anse is...