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Essay | Miss Emily and Richard Cory

This student essay consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis of Miss Emily and Richard Cory.
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Miss Emily and Richard Cory

Summary: Essay discusses how Miss Emily and Richard Cory were misunderstood due to their lifestyles, appearance, and reputation in the novel "A Rose For Emily" by William Faulkner.
In the story A Rose For Emily by William Faulkner, and the poem Richard Cory written by Edwin Arlington Robinson, both Miss Emily and Richard Cory were misunderstood due to their lifestyles, appearances, and reputations.

Miss Emily led a quiet life. She kept to herself whenever possible, avoiding the outside world, or so it seemed. She continuously sent her African American, male, servant on errands. He did all of the cleaning and cooking for her. She was from a prominent family so could easily afford this. The community felt that Miss Emily was not behaving appropriately due to the type of family she came from. They felt that because she was antisocial towards them that she was going crazy. What they did not stop to consider, is the fact that she was really lonely and longing for a relationship. The community did not take the...

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This section contains 735 words
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