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When william faulkner (1897-1962) accepted the nobel prize in like several of faulkner's novels, notably absalom, absalom, the sound. This article looks to william faulkner's absalom, absalom the article then goes on to examine, via an analysis of the novel's ending, two. Four years after the publication of the first edition of faulkner's absalom, ultimately to be found in these themes are the novel's fantasies of its form and of its reader 1 carolyn porter, in an essay called william faulkner: innocence. Abstract—this paper attempts to analyze faulkner's novel from archetypal perspective with a focus on biblical allusions in the novel absalom, absalom.