As I Lay Dying: Notes
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ANALYSIS OF MAJOR CHARACTERS
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abortion Addie Bundren Addie's coffin Addie's corpse Addie's death Analysis Anse Bundren Anse's Armstid barn behavior brother Bundren child Bundren children Bundren family Bundren household bury Addie buzzards Cash's broken leg Cash's leg characters chiasmus Cora and Tull Cora Tull Cora's crossing the river Darl and Jewel Darl Bundren Darl burns Darl Darl Darl's Dewey Dell's emotional exist false teeth family's Faulkner fish he caught Gillespie gramo insane inside interior monologues Jefferson Jewel's horse Jewel's mother journey Lafe Lay Dying leave literary lives MacGowan marriage mental institution Moseley mother's coffin mother's death Mottson narrative narrator night novel Peabody perspective porch reflects rest river-crossing rural Samson says Sections set of false sexual SparkNotes stares story symbols team of mules tells Dewey thinking thoughts toy train Tull Tull Tull's Varda Vardaman Vardaman Vernon Tull voice wagon Whitfield wife William Faulkner words Yoknapatawpha Yoknapatawpha County