A Lonely and Meaningless Victim --- An Analysis of Addie’s Image in As I Lay Dying
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Huang Juan, Xiao Ling
As a central character in William Faulkner’s novel As I Lay Dying, Addie is an inner contradiction and a complex character among the underclass women in the southern United States. In work the description on Addie is not much. Faulkner, by means of stream of consciousness, reveals a female victim with lonely soul, along with many characters’ demeanors and inner monologues before and after the death of Addie.
As I Lay Dying, a female victim, personality, soul cry.