What’s in a name? What’s in a family? What is history? What is time?
I may or may not have just finished reading a certain author from the south and everything is up for grabs.
There are those books on the Mad Men reading list I’m curious to read (The Chrysanthemum and the Sword, The Spy Who Came In From the Cold, The Last Picture Show) those I may not have wanted to read at all (Atlas Shrugged), and those I’m completely stoked to read.
Woman of Rome, Crying of Lot 49, and (even though I’ve read it before) the Sound and the Fury are among the latter.
Let’s set the scene and find out how one of the 20th century’s finest novels wound up in one of the 21st century’s finest shows.Continue reading “Compson, Whitman, Draper: A name’s sound and fury”