Barn Burning Sarty Analysis

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In the story "Barn Burning" by William Faulkner Sarty’s feelings towards his father was obligated to him and family, but if you were to look deeper at the treatment his father gave him, you will realize that he also despises his father way towards him and his family. Sarty’s father in the beginning of the short story made it clear that no matter what issue is going on, it is family first. It is shown how greatly he sees his father when he thinks; “Our enemy he thought in despair; ourn! Mine and hisn both! He’s my father” (Faulkner 1). Although Safty knew that his father burning down the barn was not right, he still chose to fight for his justice. Sarty’s father abusive ways gives me a reason to think that he despises his father. He is too
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