Father was teaching us that all men are just accumulations dolls stuffed with sawdust swept up from the trash heaps where all previous dolls had been thrown away the sawdust flowing from what wound in what side that not for me died not
("The Sound and the Fury")
More Quotes from William Faulkner:For the Lord aimed for him to do and not to spend too much time thinking, because his brain it's like a piece of machinery: it won't stand a whole lot of racking. It's best when it all runs along the same, doing the day's work and not no one part used no more than needful.
If I had not existed, someone else would have written me, Hemingway, Dostoevski, all of us.
It is assumed that anyone who makes a million dollars has a unique gift, though he might have made it off some useless gadget.
I never promise a woman anything nor let her know what I'm going to give her. That's the only way to manage them. Always keep them guessing.
He had a word, too. Love, he called it. But I had been used to words for a long time. I knew that that word was like the others just a shape to fill a lack that when the right time came, you wouldn't need a word for that anymore than for pride or fear.
It always takes a man that never made much at any thing to tell you how to run your business, though. Like these college professors without a whole pair of socks to his name, telling you how to make a million in ten years, and a woman that couldn't even get a husband can always tell you how to raise a family.
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