A Rose for Emily Essay | Student Essay

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Rose for Emily

Summary: I believe one of the two main themes of the story are that people may resort to desperate measures to prevent being alone in life and to prevent being away from the ones they love. The second main theme is that things, people, and events are not always what they appear to be, which is set up and conveyed many times throughout the story.
A Rose for Emily, is greatly influenced and set up and around the plot of the story. I believe one of the two main themes of the story are that people may resort to desperate measures to prevent being alone in life and to prevent being away from the ones they love. The second main theme is that things, people, and events are not always what they appear to be, which is set up and conveyed many times throughout the story. This story portrays the love and commitment that Miss Emily has for her lover Homer and depicts the constant gossip of the local townspeople with regards to Emily's seemingly, uncouth and bizarre actions.

After the death of Miss Emily's father her actions and mannerisms became even more bizarre. When Miss Emily's father died, she kept the body for three days before she broke down and came...

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