Other scenes contribute effectively to this development of a conflict that is so appropriate to a kind of detective thriller.
She was always invaded by the sounds of birds chirping, leaves rustling, etc. Carothers McCaslin, however, has had many children, not all of them with his wife.
Provisional solutions often prove practical, but the ideal is to end prejudice and, thereby, to realize in practice the principle of equality before the law.
He acts first from his irksome sense of indebtedness rather than out of love, or faith in Lucas's innocence, or desire for justice.
Who really represents society? The second confrontation is after the body is uncovered. As noted, President Truman introduced civil rights legislation while Faulkner was writing the novel.
Being a descendant of one of the original white settlers in the area, he considers himself the equal of any man Holt had grabbed her arm and pulled her to safety, just as a large section of the cave roof had collapsed above her.