"A Rose for Emily" by William Faulkner.
A Rose for Emily was a little decieving at first. The beginning of this story portrayed a women whom was somewhat forced to stay single by a possessive father who didn't want to lose his daughter. Leaving the reader to feel sympathy for Emily. It wasn't until later in the story where you began to see that this story was about fear and insanity. Fear of change and fear of being alone, and because of this fear it lead to insanity. Things in the town were growing up, new factories and many changes with the people's beliefs, the "old" south was becoming the "new" south. Emily regressed after…
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