The Issue of Sarty Snopes in Barn Burning up, a brief Story by William Faulkner
Choices We need to Make
Sarty Snopes in William
Faulkner’s “Barn Burning up” is a prime exemplory case of
someone who had to select between two paths. He could stick with his
family, his bloodstream, which he recognized was incorrect or take the correct path but
be by himself. Initially Sarty tries and really wants to stay with his
father but realizes that his daddy won't change. Sarty chooses
to flee his family permanently. His father, Abner, did so much
damage in Sarty’s lifestyle he will never reverse.
beginning of the reserve we master that Sarty is seeing a trial case.
“He could not start to see the table where in fact the Justice sat and before
which his farther and his father’s enemy (our enemy he thought
in the despair; ourn! mine and hisn both! He’s my farther!).”
(3) At this time in time Sarty is usually on his father’s side. In
the opening paragraph, we are able to see that Sarty continues to be a young