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In the story "Barn Burning" by William Faulkner, Sarty Snopes is the son who is in conflict with his father's opinions. Sarty's views on this conflict become evident as the work progresses. The effectiveness of Sarty's point of view is shown during his conflict with his father, and his internal conflict between staying loyal to his family and doing the moral thing. <Tab/>
The views of Sarty are clearly shown throughout the story as the opposite of his father's. "The nights were still cool and they had a fire against it, a small fire, neat, niggard almost, a sh…
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