They found her with her head propped on a yellow and moldy pillow. As they entered more into the room, they noticed a man laying in the bed, rotten beneath what was left of his ightshirt and the second pillow next to him had an indentation of a head.
Even though the story jumped around a lot, it was easy to assume that she was somewhat psychotic. During that summer the town had a contract to for paving the sidewalk.
In conclusion, Miss Emily was so desperate for love that she was driven to commit a criminal act to have her need for loves fulfilled. The construction company came with a man named Homer Barron, a laborer from the north. She did not want to be alone in her old house and was ready for marriage.
She cut her hair short, as if it was a symbol of a new beginning for her. Naturally with this status there is a certain reputation she has to uphold.
Emily was turned into quite an odd character due to this type of upbringing. At first glance, Emily seems like a lonely woman with little self-confidence and low self-esteem that seems to stem from her upbringing by her father.
She not only represents her family name but in sense the people as well. He also knew that she wanted to get married. The death of her father in a sense to her was abandonment, because he dies leaving her to fend for herself.
She knew that Homer had no intention on marry her. They decided to wait awhile before they go upstairs in her house to the region that was blocked off.
After her father was buried, Emily became very sick for a while Campbell 2 She kept herself locked up inside the house. She was unmarried, all she had left was her house and her Negro servant Tobe.
But as time passed by, they realize that she had no intention to poison herself. The Townspeople never really came in contact with Emily. He was a man that drew attention to himself. So she decided to poison and keep him forever.
She then stared him down as if to intimidate him until he gives in and he did without an answer from her. They went on Sunday drives together. One day when Emily meets a Yankee, Homer Barron, and falls in love with him.
Her father had even shunned away his own family. When they entered the room, it was furnished for a bridal. He was very well known fast in the town.An Interpretation of William Faulkner's "A Rose for Emily" In the short story " A Rose for Emily," William Faulkner tells the sad story of a woman who has had an extremely sheltered life.
It is a tragic story in which Miss Emily's hopes and dreams for a normal life are hopelessly lost. The climax of "A Rose for Emily" occurs when it is found out that Emily has been sleeping with the body of Homer Barron.
At this point in the story, the community (and the reader) realizes the. In the story, Homer is the "rose" or love for Emily.
Emily's father sheltered her and believed no man was good enough for her. Emily wasnt given the opportunity to experience love before Homer came into her life. A Rose For Emily “A Rose for Emily”, Locking herself inside a bubble trying to cope with the mere fact of her losses and.
In “A Rose for Emily,” Emily’s father keeps Emily sheltered from the world and when he dies, she is left with nothing. Both stories have many similarities and differences pertaining to the setting, characterization, symbolism, and their isolation from the world by dominant male figures, which leads show more content.
“A Rose for Emily” by William Faulkner is set in a small Southern town during the post-Civil War era. The story revolves around the strange and tragic events of Miss Emily Grierson’s life/5(1). - An Interpretation of William Faulkner's "A Rose for Emily" In the short story " A Rose for Emily," William Faulkner tells the sad story of a woman who has had an extremely sheltered life.
It is a tragic story in which Miss Emily's hopes and dreams for a normal life are hopelessly lost.Download