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Essay heading: "The Sound and the Fury" paper
 
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According to the stages of language development in psychology, Benjy is at a stand still in the prelinguistic stage. In the prelinguistic stage, "at about 2 to 5 months babies begin cooing and babbling" (Huffman 295). Even though Benjy has the mind of a three year old, he exhibits the behavior of a five-month-old baby in terms of his language capabilities...
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He bellows all the time for one reason or another as a way to express himself. Luster, one of his keepers, constantly tries to figure out "what [Benjy is] moaning about now" (Faulkner 16). This seems to be the unanswered question on every characters' mind in the book. The story of the Compson family is told through Benjy's eyes...
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