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A Rose for Emily – Poem Interpretation

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A Rose for Emily– Poem Analysis

A Rose for Emily The novel of William Faulkner ‘A Rose for Emily’ recounts a part of the past in the life of Miss Emily Grierson and the society in a town of Jefferson after the Civil War. We can watch the intriguing story of a young woman when she is changing from nice and likable young lady to a hermit-like individual, a problem and annoyance for individuals and authority of the town. She lived in a beautiful but rundown house with no major ‘difficulties’, like paying taxes for instance, which was settled (developed? in 1894 with the Mayor, when she couldn’t manage it. When the change in the workplace came the tax collectors began asking her to pay the financial obligation to no avail. There was a ‘quiet war’ going on for many years between Emily and the town people until she completely pulled away to her house after the death of her daddy. There is a short time of romance when Emily satisfied a guy and the fear of being deserted made her insane to a point where she attempted to ‘keep’ him for herself ‘with the little assistance’ of arsenic. This was the last time he was seen alive.

People believed something bad happened but without any evidence there was absolutely nothing they could do about it. Just after her death they entered one of the rooms on the 2nd flooring and discovered what occurred 40 years earlier. Her fan was ‘asleep’ in a bed, still in nightclothes. Beside him, on the pillow, Emily’s hair of hair. The author attempts to go deeper into dark, psychological side of American Goth, going away from its standard concepts like haunted houses, castles, deaths, disorders (illness), madness, curse, and so on

. The end of the novel is shocking, giving a reader rather a criminal case sample, where the guilty got away with the criminal activity. The concern “Is it possible to commit a criminal activity with no repercussions?” sticks around in the air. According to the author apparently yes. In his times. It is doubtful that an occurrence like that might occur in present times, however we still have shocking stories in the news that occur every day and still can not believe how human mind can lead an individual to do heinous crimes.

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