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Interpretation How can a rich, poised woman be guilty of killing her future husband? Maybe she was not so poised after all, maybe it was an accident, or maybe she was mentally unstable.
The story is told from the point of view of one of the neighbors, possibly a female with a gossipy tone and feel. She then goes on to describe the house in the once upscale neighborhood but now full of cotton gins and such.
The narrator later becomes somewhat omniscient as she is able to tell the story inside the Greirson household when the tax collectors come to collect some taxes that her father never paid. This description, once again, indicates that this house has been not accessed for many years.
I have no taxes in Jefferson. This is the first glimpse the narrator gives to show that Emily is mentally unstable, as the narrator later lets the reader know that Colonel Sartoris has been dead for 10 years, the same amount of time her father has been dead. The narrator says that Miss Greirson was heavily protected by her father and that no young man was good enough for her; but when she finally met someone right before her wedding the groom left her which added to her madness and mental state.
Emily was criticized by many because she was of high standards and wealthy while Homer was just a construction worker. Not too long after, the neighbors started speculating that they would get married. Baron then left her, but came back and that was the last time the man was seen.
Sections 4 and 5 are the last sections of the story. This shows the physical as well as internal deterioration of this lady due to her loss. This means that he was the only person to stay with her through the good and bad times, and as Emily aged so did he.
One day she died, alone. They went upstairs to a room that had not been opened for years, and what did they find? Among them lay a collar and tie, as if they had just been removed, which, lifted, left upon the surface a pale crescent in the dust.
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William Faulkner" William Cuthbert Faulkner" (born " Falkner ", September 25, – July 6, ), also known as " Will Faulkner", was an American writer and Nobel Prize laureate from Oxford, Mississippi.
Setting is usually pretty rich in Faulkner. SimCity-style, William Faulkner created his own Mississippi County, Yoknapatawpha, as the setting for much of his fiction. (For a map and a detailed description of Yoknapatawpha, click here.) "A Rose for Emily" is set in the county seat of Yoknapatawpha.
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