William Faulkners "A Rose for Emily".
"A Rose for Emily"
William Faulkner's classic short story, "A Rose for Emily," has been noted as an excellent example of Southern Literature. In this mythical county of Yaknapatawpha, Faulkner contrasted the past with the present era. The past was represented in Emily Grierson, Colonel Sartoris, the Board of Alderman, and the Negro servant. Homer Barron, the new Board of Alderman, and the new sheriff represented the present. Homer was the main representative of Yankee views towards the Griersons and the entire South, a situation of the present. Emily held the view of the past a…
- William Faulkners "A Rose for Emily".
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