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References in A Rose for Emily

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In the short story of ''A Rose of Emily'' by William Faulkner a young lady name Miss Emily Grierson died as a the towns mysterious lady who no one knew what and about what she would be up to. She'd always keep to herself every since her father past away due to a heart attack. She and the butler lived alone in the house. But then days later a foul ugly smell was coming for the house everyone was complain about it Miss. Emily didn’t even bother listening to them so she ignored them. Later that night the mayor and other men went to her house at But little did the town’s people know the Miss. Emily always had her eyes for a man before her father past away. Her father always thought no man would ever be good enough for his daughter. So she never really got to go out with any man or loved them before. Her family had a sickness of being crazy. Later one she meet this man homer he caught her attention with his sweet charm and handsome look as well. Then after her father’s death her and homer started to go out and he tried playing her cause that’s what he was known for to tease around with girls. Miss. Emily knew what she was getting herself into but she knew if she couldn’t have him for herself then there had to be another way to keep him. One day she went to the grocery store to buy Arsenic rat poison ''to kill stinky Rates. Creates foul stench’’ (lime and arsenic).after weeks later she married the man name homer, he was a foul sneaky rat that just wanted to mess around and date many pretty girls she wanted something serious with him but he was the type that flits with every girl. after they were married no one got to see him after he entered the house. No one knows w... ... middle of paper ... ... Works Cited Lombardi, Esther. “‘A Rose for Emily’ – What’s important about the gray hair?” About. n.p. n.d. Web. 17 Mar 2014. Shmoop Editorial Team. “Death and Taxes.” Shmoop. Shmoop University, Inc., n.d. Web. 17 Mar 2014. Shmoop Editors. “Lime and Arsenic.” Shmoop. Shmoop University, Inc., n.d. Web 17 Mar 2014. Shmoop Editors. “The Pocket Watch, the Stationary, and the Hair.” Shmoop. Shmoop Shmoop University, Inc., Web. 17 Mar 2014. Sparknotes. Editors. “ ‘A Rose for Emily’ Themes, Motifs, and Symbols.” Sparknotes. Sparknotes, Inc., n.d. Web. 17 Mar 2014. Study Mode Editors. “Symbols in ‘A Rose for Emily.’ “StudyMode. Study Mode, Inc., 1 Nov. 2012. Web. 17 Mar 2014.
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