In Faulkner's The sound and the fury two sentences arrive close to one another which have made me wonder about the usage of grudge and begrudge.
I know you grudge what I give him.
And shortly thereafter,
I know you begrudge him.
Now I wonder if the subtle difference of a person or action implies the need for different words.
In essence, I am wondering about the correct usage of these two words in comparison with one another.