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The Sound and Fury article you link to really is a shocker. The author doesn't really make an argument so much as present a series of related assumptions.
Incidentally, the "Times" article you link to is a Sunday Times article. An easy mistake to make if you live in the States ("Is that the London Times?") but not if you're a Londoner. They're separate organisations. You know, like The Guardian and The Observer.

David Brake

dunno why you even gave the Sound and Fury article any attention at all - surely the guy is way off on his own planet. As he puts it they are "thoughtful mutterings & rabid rants, signifying . . . whatever" - well I would say signifying nothing!

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