William Faulkner is one of the most important American writers of the twentieth century, yet success was elusive when he published his first novel, Soldiers’ Pay
, in 1926. Capturing the post–World War I atmosphere of the Lost Generation on American soil, Faulkner explores the war’s emotional impact on three weary veterans and their Southern hometown in Georgia. Experimental narrative techniques blended with literary modernism set the foundation for Faulkner to receive the Nobel Prize in Literature and two Pulitzer Prizes.
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