A Rose For Emily

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Q2:
The narrator should be representing the readers and other people who also feel pity for Emily. That’s because the narrator always use “we”. Such as “Already we knew that there was one room in that region above stairs” and “when we saw Emily” etc. This reveals the narrator’s purpose to resonate with readers and the majority. Q3:

It seem better told from “his” point of view is because there is no one other point of view that impartiality will be maintained. The author wanted us to sympathize Emily. Therefore, the only way to connect reader’s emotion is “his” point of view. Q7:

I think the element of irony is over humor. Emily had some potential husband, but whipped away by her father. Finally Homer showed interests in her but end up being a homosexual and killed by her. It’s very ironic about her life. Also, the Negro is like a foil with no influence on the whole story that is kind of ironic. Q8:

I don’t think she is just a simply murderous madwoman. The author clearly conveyed his sympathy and pity. A Rose just symbolizes Emily’s intension to love but where the conflict between reality and imagination took place. In section V, she decorated Homer’s room with rose curtain, so that the rose-shaded lights will come in. It’s ironic because her intension of loving was wreck again and again. Therefore, the traumas made her incapable to love, which shows author’s pity toward Emily.Q2: The narrator should be representing the readers and other people who also feel pity for Emily. That’s because the narrator always use “we”. Such as “Already we knew that there was one room in that region above stairs” and “when we saw Emily” etc. This reveals the narrator’s purpose to resonate with readers and the majority. Q3:

It seem better told from “his” point of view is because there is no one other point of view that impartiality will be maintained. The author wanted us to sympathize Emily. Therefore, the only way to connect reader’s emotion is “his” point of view. Q7:

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