Motherhood In William Faulkner's A Rose For Emily

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Although, the narrator had reflected with the children, her ability to hear is not her own because she is continually tuning in for crying, it is the absence of listening that has likely started the issue with Emily that spurs the narrator’s past . Despite the fact that the narrator regrets the past, regardless she appears to lack the enthusiasm for Emily and her interests and will likely just propagate Emily's poor social change and low confidence which disregard Emily's challenges and expectation that they work themselves out, however, this is a state of mind of annihilation. But the narrator has persevered through an existing set apart by issues and accept that Emily will bear the same. One reward of motherhood is giving an alternate or
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