An Essay Covering the Psychology of the Townsfolk in "A Rose for Emily"
A rose for Emily is an intriguing tale of a woman who gets away with murder in the post Civil War American south, due to the nostalgia in the town in which she lives. The south is depicted in many stories of Faulkner as a region where "reality and myth are difficult to separate." Many southerners would not accept that their conditions had changed, though they had to realize that the old days were gone. They clung to their past, and in attempting to preserve the glory of the South people held fast to old values, failed customs, and the stagnant representatives of the past. …
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