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The story I chose to write about is A Rose for Emily because in his essay William Faulkner describe the society of the old south of a community of the small town Jefferson in Mississippi through the story of a young lady named Emily In his story A Rose for Emily Faulkner shows how the community reaction toward an individual could cause disaster A Rose for Emily is the story of a young lady living in a very conservative society after the death of her father Emilys life is marked by an excessive negative influence of her father during her young age While her father was alive Emily was not allowed to have any friend And after the death of her father she is left alone by the community in her big house without any support So when she met and fall in love with a young man named Hommer she did give any considerations to all the critics made by the community about her relationship with Hommer She kept seeing him even so they think that it is sinful relationship When Hommer disappears the community seems in on hand happy of the end of that sinful relationship and in the other sad for seeing Emily alone again Emily after that kept herself away from the community and stayed in her big house closing her door to every body She even refuses to pay taxes and give any consideration to the value of the society the smell of her house for example Its only after the death of Emily that people realize how crazy she was when they discover the body of Hommer lying on a bed dead with gray hair So in order not to be alone again Emily decide to kill her lover and keep him with her forever and get away with that murder Renee R Curry in his interpretation of A Rose for Emily assesses that Faulkner
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