Essay about William Faulkner's A Rose for Emily

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William Faulkner's A Rose for Emily In the story “A Rose for Emily”, William Faulkner, the author talks about a life of a woman and the town she lived in. The story begins just when miss Emily died. The author doesn’t tell us much about that time except that many people were interested to see what was in her house. As the story progresses, the author decides to jump all the way to the beginning when miss Emily was still a young woman and her father was still alive. During that time, the town felt bad for poor miss Emily and thought that she was going to die with out a husband by her side, since her father didn’t like any men that liked his daughter. Later on, the author gets to the time when her father just died. Miss Emily…show more content…
Unfortunate for miss Emily, Homer Barron enjoyed the company of men. After find this out, miss Emily came to a drug store and ordered their strongest poison. When the druggist asked her what she needed it for, she refused to say. After that, the town thought that poor miss Emily was going to kill herself. As the renovations were complete, the streets paved, miss Emily and Homer Barron were still seen riding together but one night Homer Barron left and didn’t return for some time. The town once again felt bad for Emily that the one man that she finely liked and spent her time with has left her. After a while Homer Barron returned and one night, as he came to miss Emily’s house he was never seen again. Years passed, miss Emily became sick and her hair started turning gray. Then finely, the author comes back to where he left off in the beginning. Miss Emily died and the authorities went into her house. As the writer tells the reader, before her death and after Homer Barron’s disappearance, the second floor of the house was completely off limits to everyone. Later, when the officials came into her house, they went to the second floor and finely revealed the mystery. As they went up to the second floor, they forced open a door that was locked for some time. When they entered, they saw a beautiful room. In that room they saw man’s clothing nicely folded on the chair and on the bed, they saw a dead body. By the looks of it, the
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