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Misses Emily and Phoenix Jackson are similar in some ways but completely different in another Phoenix is led to believe that she has lived a very poor life and has suffered greatly When the hunter points his gun strait to her face she does not show any sign of fear and tells the hunter she has seen far worse in her day Phoenix is motivated by the little family she has left she ventures to the city in order to retrieve medicine for her grandsons sore throat Misses Emily did not know poverty until the death of her father and even then she was still left with the family house Miss Emily lived much of her child hood under the shadow of her father and when he died she was in denial she did not believe that her father was truly dead she kept the body until the towns people convinced her that he was truly deadMisses Emily and Phoenix Jackson both had someone they felt close to Phoenix had her grandchild which she would go great distance to retrieve medicine for Miss Emily had her father which she could not accept his death and was in denial which is why she kept his body because she could not accept he had diedChanging the point of viewIn Faulkners tale A Rose for Emily the point of view is that of the towns people and if that were to change to Misses Emilys point of view the story would have a dramatic effect Instead of wording why Misses Emily poisoned Homer Barron the story would explain her motives behind her poisoning him if she killed him because she knew she could not have him or just because she was mad The motive of dressing him up in the clothes she had bought for him just to have him die in them and the motive she had of laying right next to the rotting corpse all of
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