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Dry September

Dry September

  

by William Faulkner

The Soldier

Character Analysis

The soldier is actually an ex-soldier. In the barbershop he seems to side with Butch that something should be done about Will, but he agrees with Hawkshaw that a proper investigation should be conducted. Nonetheless he is recruited by McLendon and participates in the crimes against Will.

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