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сочинение In William Faulkner's short story A Rose For Emily he had described Emily using five adjectives. These five adjectives were identified in Part IV of his story. Thus she passed from generation to generation - dear, inescapable, impervious, tranquil, and

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Тип работы: сочинение. Предмет: Литература. Добавлен: 26.09.2014. Сдан: 2004. Уникальность по antiplagiat.ru: --.

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A Character Analysis of William Faulkner's "A Rose For Emily"

In William Faulkner's short story “A Rose For Emily” he had described Emily using five adjectives. These five adjectives were identified in Part IV of his story. “Thus she passed from generation to generation - dear, inescapable, impervious, tranquil, and perverse.”(80) Alice Hall Petry makes note of Terry Heller's analysis that “only four” of the adjectives are used by the time we get to that statement and that each adjective coincides with each Part of the story in the order that they appear. Petry also makes note to a few that have pondered the reason for Faulkner's placement of this passage in Part IV and sums it up to be Faulkner's way of foreshadowing.

In Part I, Faulkner described Emily to be “dear.” The word “dear” can have two meanings in this sense. Petry believes Faulkner had meant “dear” to mean “sweet or cherished” in her article. “On a tarnished easel before the fireplace stood a crayon portrait of Miss Emily's father.” (Faulkner 76) Because the portrait was done in crayon, it is assumed that Miss Emily was a child when it was drawn; childhood is assumed to be a period in life where everything is sweet and innocent. The tarnished easel would then represent that the portrait was put there in front of the fireplace for some time, a portrait that her father had cherished. In retrospect, Heller had believed the word “dear” to mean “costly.” (Petry 53) Heller sees this in Part I of the story when Emily refuses to pay her taxes. (Petry 53)

When the next generation, with its more modern ideas, became mayors

and aldermen, this arrangement created some little dissatisfaction. One

the first of the year they mailed her a tax notice. February came, and

there was no reply. They wrote her a formal letter, asking her to call the

sheriff's office at her convenience. A week later the mayor wrote her

himself, offering to call or send his car for her, and received in reply a

note on paper of an archaic shape, in a thin, flowing calligraphy in faded

ink, to the effect tha и т.д.................


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