In Silence

William Faulkner, “William Faulkner, The Art of Fiction No. 12” by Jean Stein, The Paris Review 12 (Spring 1956)

I prefer silence to sound, and the image produced by words occurs in silence. That is, the thunder and the music of the prose take place in silence.

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