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About a fourth of the way through the novel, Faulkner finally begins one of his most engaging yarns, a tall tale whose idiom and spirit is reminiscent of a Huck Finn escapade brought forward in time.
Its presence in The Reivers is less a matter of imitation than it is of a common source, for there is a sense in which Faulkner stands at the end of a literary tradition rather than, as many of his admirers claim, at the beginning of a new one. Early Americans were by nature storytellers. These stories, shaped by a common experience and imagination, had a geography, a mythology, and a lingo of their own.
Some were streaked with ballad sentiment, others with bawdy humor, but mostly these tales were comic elaborations of character, of fantastic misadventures in which the frontiersman dramatized himself with shrewd appraisal and salty enjoyment. Through these tales goes a ragtag procession of hunters, peddlers, horse traders, horse thieves, eagles, prophets, backwoods swains, land speculators, and settlers, creating a picture of the country and the times.
It contributes to effects of grotesque outrage and exaggeration in As I Lay Dyinggives Light in August a warming pastoral glow, adds three episodes of pure comedy to The Hamletand provides illuminating The entire section is 1, words.
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John. The Poulett/Paulet family are also descended from the Barons of St. John (otherwise St. John of Basing) through the marriage of Sir John Paulet, son of William Paulet of Melcombe Paulet (about a mile west of North Petherton, Somerset), and great-grandfather of William Paulet, 1st Marquess of Winchester (see 'Burke's Peerage') to Constance.
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