[tags: Short story, William Faulkner, Sartoris] - A Rose for Emily William Faulkner 's “ A Rose for Emily ” illustrates the extremes that someone may be driven to in the face of the “ loveless ” life that Miss Emily’s father created for her by driving away all the potential suitors.
The major and minor events in the story help develop the plot idea that in the progress from an aristocratic but romanticized past to a more egalitarian present and future.
[tags: William Faulkner, Short story] - William Faulkner’s “A Rose for Emily” discusses the pitiful and lonely life of Emily Grierson from the perspective of the nosey townspeople.
Emily’s peculiar and secluded personality is derived from the death of her father and inability to feel emotion and vulnerability again.
[tags: William Faulkner, Sartoris, The Mansion] - People often stick to tradition, but does that mean tradition is proper.
Throughout time, many things in life change, but sometimes things stay preserved.
Miss Emily Grierson from the narrative is the main character.
Emily is a black old Southern woman that is all about time staying still and about being in control....
Her Father died, the world around her has changed, and her lover abandoned her all throughout the course of the story.
In addition, Faulkner purposefully constructs the story to provoke certain ideas and assumptions....