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Which central idea does William Faulkner develop in “Upon Receiving the Nobel Prize for Literature, 1950”?

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Faulkner states that writers of his time write only about lust and not about love or subjects of value is the central idea William Faulkner developed.

For question 2, He writes not of love but of lust, of defeats in which nobody loses anything of value, of victories without hope and, worst of all, without pity or compassion.” best develop the central idea in part A.

What is Topic sentence?

Topic sentence refers to the main idea or central idea which contain the summary of the whole information the written is trying to convey to his audience.

It summaries the main idea of the paragraph.

Therefore, Faulkner states that writers of his time write only about lust and not about love or subjects of value is the central idea William Faulkner develop.

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