This book aims at examining the most important trend in Faulkner''s The Sound and the Fury and Light in August, that is, the spirit of anger as the essential motive for all actions. The book focuses only on these two novels, because they are psychological novels that are concerned primarily with the mental and emotional lives of their characters rather than the external events of their plots. The elements of the spirit of anger pervade all parts of The Sound and the Fury: its themes, structure and characters.; and Light in August is not far from portraying decadence of the American South. Their characters are spirited of anger and rebellion, the book studies the causes that made their characters full of anger, particularly in the characters Quentin, Caddy, Ben, Jason, Joe Christmas and Joanna. Burden. Finally this work has examined the spirit of anger by analyzing the two novels structurally and thematically through the spirit of the characters'' anger and alienation who are full of wrath and rebellion.