A Rose for Emily Essay | Student Essay

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Response Paper on Faulkner's "A Rose for Emily"

Summary: This is a short response paper to William Faulkner's "A Rose for Emily."
Death is the main theme in A Rose for Emily. The story begins with Miss Emily's funeral. She was born to the aristocracy. They used to live in a great house in the best area of the town, but when her father died, he left her with nothing and the house, and the area deteriorated and she ended up with nothing. Her father was a very unpleasant man, who though no men was good enough for Miss Emily, so when he died she was left alone, only with Tobe, her manservant as company. She did not accept the fact that her father had died and it was not until after three days that she allowed for them to remove the body. She then meets this Yankee that came to town to pave the streets, and their relationship is not accepted by the...

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