Proud but Lonely Character of "A Rose for Emily"
William Faulkner's short story "A Rose for Emily" reflects the customs and traditions in post-bellum Mississippi. The story is told by an anonymous narrator who lives in the town of Jefferson, observing Emily's relationships with men in general, her father and her lover. The entire story is pervaded with a sense of foreboding. On the surface, Emily, the protagonist, is a lady who is a lonely and sad individual. Faulkner portrays Miss Emily as a dynamic character whose pride and loneliness cause her to murder her lover and pursue endless love.
Emily's pride plays an important role in her pe…
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