Just started reading his book Go Down, Moses. Slogged through the first story, "Was." I'm going to give it another try, because I kept getting lost. I usually don't have reading comprehension problems. I'm fine with Shakespeare and Pynchon, made it through Ulysses unscathed, and have enjoyed lots of southern writers, like Barry Hannah and Flannery O'Connor and Pat Conroy and Erskine Caldwell and Clyde Edgerton. Without listing all the things that befuddled me about "Was" (like the title), do you have any tips for sorting out of Faulker? Or is it just a case of it-is-what-it-is? =O.