People who read about William Faulkner (1897-1962) know that he did non farting an easy life. He had the bad habit to drink excessively much, scarcely above all he was really lonely. In his short story A Rose For Emily, the protagonist portrayal, Emily, becomes real important because it represents in some way Faulkner himself. Even though she was perceived as an idol from the town, she felt also very lonely.
Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Everyone in town considered Emily as monument, and if you describe something as an monument, you have in mind that it is a very good example of the results or effects of those qualities, such as her father. Her father was a great individual who was respected by everyone, and the town vox populi that Emily would take his fathers place. after(prenominal) Emily fathers death, the situation changed, however people in town did not notice it. Emily became depressive and she leaded her to her own decay. People also thought that she had a strong personality because she dominated the neighbors, who want her to new up her court. Of course, the town members, who are perhaps represented by the unnamed narrator, were ready to suck up rid of this burden ; but in some indescribable way they were tied by the last remnants of mystique that surrounded her.
They found it impossible to directly watch her - to evict her for not paying taxes - to approach her about the dread(a) stench coming from her house. Moreover, when she went to the drugstore and requested the best poisonous substance that exist, arsenic, the druggist asked her why she wanted this poison because the law requires you to break up what you are going to use it for (417). She did not answer to his question, but the druggist let her go even so...
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