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Dry September

Dry September

  

by William Faulkner

Butch

Character Analysis

Butch is a young man. Before McLendon appears on the scene to recruit men for his vigilante mob, Butch argues for drastic action against Will on the basis of the rumor. He joins the mob and participates in Will's kidnapping, and probably his murder.

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