William Faulkner Quote

Dont you see? he cried. Dont you see? This whole land, the whole South, is cursed, and all of us who derive from it, whom it ever suckled, white and black both, lie under the curse? Granted that my people brought the curse onto the land: maybe for that reason their descendants alone can—not resist it, not combat it—maybe just endure and outlast it until the curse is lifted. Then your peoples' turn will come because we have forfeited ours. But not now. Not yet. Dont you see?


The Bear section 4 (p. 266) - Go Down, Moses (1942)

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Dont you see? he cried. Dont you see? This whole land, the whole South, is cursed, and all of us who derive from it, whom it ever suckled, white and...

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Dont you see? he cried. Dont you see? This whole land, the whole South, is cursed, and all of us who derive from it, whom it ever suckled, white and...

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Dont you see? he cried. Dont you see? This whole land, the whole South, is cursed, and all of us who derive from it, whom it ever suckled, white and...

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Dont you see? he cried. Dont you see? This whole land, the whole South, is cursed, and all of us who derive from it, whom it ever suckled, white and...