Is Faulkner's Emily A Victim Or A Murderer?

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Is Faulkner's Emily a victim or a murderer?

In 'A Rose for Emily' by Faulkner we can meet with Emily's character. The plot starts at her big funeral. At the beginning we have already felt the bad connection between Emily and the community of the town. Most of them are appeared only because their curiosity. Later we found out more about her earlier life, that she was unsociable, lonely and mysterious. We witnessed that how the new generation wanted to take away her privileges for example her tax exemption. After her father’s death she finally seemed to be happy next to a man, but this didn't take for long. She ended up as a completely reserved woman who lives in the company of her servant and does not talk with anyone. In addition, she
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