Compson, Quentin

Compson, Quentin

his only passion is for his sister Candace. [Am. Lit.: Faulkner The Sound and the Fury in Magill I, 917]
See: Incest

Compson, Quentin

unable to prevent the marriage of his sister, he drowns himself on her wedding day. [Am. Lit.: Faulkner The Sound and the Fury in Magill I, 917]
See: Suicide
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Compson, Quentin and Shreve, Ratliff, Chick Mallison, and Gavin Stevens as readers may seem like little more than a locutionary shift to textual engagements long considered.
Compson, Quentin, and Shreve - to dismiss Rosa as a crazy old woman.
The novel "legitimizes" Rosa, General Compson, Quentin and Shreve as architects of American history just as Thomas Jefferson, the eponym of Jefferson County, is handed that mantle, instead of, say, Frederick Douglass.
These range from the mother of the first Compson, Quentin MacLachan Compson (mentioned in the appendix to the novel Faulkner produced for the Portable Faulkner in 1945) to Mary the mother of Jesus, and Leda (of Classical myth).