Short Story #241: Death-Drag by William Faulkner
Author: William Faulkner
ReflectionThe story was mediocre at best. In all likelihood it was probably more exciting when it was first published focusing on the thrill and excitement of early flight. But the characters are a bit stale (the short character has various stereotypical Jewish traits about him) that seems problematic and the plot just feels a bit convoluted.
Short Story #241 out of 365
Rating: 2 (out of 5 stars)
Date Read: 7/23/2014
Source: The short story can be found at this website.
For a full listing of all the short stories in this series, check out the category 365 Short Stories a year.
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