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Nicole Rushin English 1102 3/29/09 Essay 1 Professor: Dr. Carol Borowski The Death of the town outcast A Rose for Emily is a story written by William Faulkner in 1931. The story takes place in a town that seems to be fairly small. The main character is Emily Rose a woman who is seen as an outcast in her town. After reading the story the reader could assume that Miss Emily is not only an out cast but also misunderstood. In reading this story it was narrated in a limited omniscient narrator view point by a neighbor or a person that lived in the neighborhood. The setting of this story takes place in a town that seems to be fairly small were everyone knows each other. It also takes place in her home a square brick frame with a 70’s style. The narrator made Miss Emily’s house sound as if was one of the oldest houses in the neighborhood. He described the neighborhood as if it had been taken over by gin houses and other buildings, as if it had once been a very nice place to live and have a family.
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