"A Rose For Emily" By William Faulkner. This paper shows Faulkners use of symbolism to portray death throughout this story.
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"A Rose For Emily"
William Faulkner's "A Rose For Emily" portrays a post-modern culture of the old south.
More specific in this story, images of death are shown by Faulkner's use of symbolism. In this
story, death is symbolic within the past, present and future in the form of the stench, the house,
and the arsenic.
When anything becomes a stench, either rotting or decomposition is present. As many of
the townsfolk observed, a stench arose from Ms. Emily's estate. They then blamed the smell on
the black man that worked for her, claiming that a man couldn't keep a kitchen properly or tha…
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