The Idea of a Conscious Present in The Sound and the Fury, a Novel by William Faulkner
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"Your essay is neatly formatted which helps ease readability. You have done a good job taking a text that is intentionally confusing and using the evidence from it in a logical manner. Because the text is intentionally confusing, it is critical that you make your writing and presentation of ideas as clear as possible. Starting with the introduction, consider including a thesis statement that makes it clear to the reader what the goal of your essay is. What message do you want the reader getting from your writing (I think you elude to this in your conclusion)? While at a paragraph level your ideas are well-organized and there are good transitions, this same level of organization is not happening at the sentence level. Some of this confusion is created by grammar and punctuation errors, but many are created by sentence structure. In many places there seem to be unnecessary words that are muddling your ideas, while in other places, words that are necessary for thoughts to be complete seem to be missing. You end you essay with a very strong, well-rounded conclusion that summarizes the main points you made in the body of the paper and reiterates the goal of the paper. "
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