Faulkner discusses the subjective/objective dilemma thusly:It was . . . thirteen ways of looking at a blackbird--but the truth, I would like to think, comes out, that when the reader has read all these thirteen different ways of looking at the blackbird, the reader has his own fourteenth image of that blackbird which I would like to think is the truth.Sacco expresses regret that his book may have distanced the reader from what Faulkner would express as truth. It's a fitting end to an extraordinary book--giving readers one last touch of uncertainty and intense emotionalism brings to a close this ambiguous and intense work of art. Read Full Review
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