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Characterization in "a Rose for Emily"

Summary: "A Rose for Emily" is told by an anonymous narrator, who I find to be a very important character in the story. It makes me wonder why Faulkner didn't go into more detail about who this person was.

One very important elements in fiction is characterization. Characterization makes the plot exciting and come to life. Without characters than "A Rose for Emily" would be nothing more than a story about the history of a town in the South. Characters make the story. In my paper, I hope to help you understand how characters are important to the story, "A Rose for Emily."

"A Rose for Emily" is told by an anonymous narrator, who I find to be a very important character in the story. It makes me wonder why Faulkner didn't go into more detail about who this person was? What was his relation with Mrs. Grierson? The narrator is important because his words foreshadows the irony climax at the end of the story. As I read the story I noticed that the narrator also used the word we in...

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