Soldiers' Pay
W.W. Norton

Soldiers' Pay


“A deft hand has woven this narrative. . . . This book rings true.”—New York Times

Faulkner’s debut novel, Soldiers’ Pay (1926), is among the most memorable works to emerge from the First World War. Through the story of a wounded veteran’s homecoming, it examines the impact of soldiers’ return from war on the people—particularly the women—who were left behind.

Author: William Faulkner.
ISBN: 9781631498114
Paperback: 320 pages.
Size: 8.3 "x 5.5" x 0.9"