Is This Love - Stories analyses

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Is This Love? : Stories “A Rose for Emily” – William Faulkner 1. Title before : the title sounds kind and romantic After : 2. P.O.V. : first person narrator? How p.o.v. affects my attitude toward characters : Do you perceive through a character? Yes, through a townsperson. What this indirect style does for the story: 3. Time frame and clues: “nigger” used in dialogue; Location and clues: specifically, Yoknapatawpha County Author background? : 4. Character(s) 1 st impression: Miss Emily was described and portrayed as a very wealthy, put-together young woman. Character(s) impression change: Miss Emily just seemed to lose herself after the death of her father and after meeting the man that she was “in love” with. She became mysterious and almost creepy. I became suspicious of her isolation from the rest of the town and her infatuation with that man. 5. What text says: How it says it: 6. Conflicts: Emily has no one after her father dies, and she finds impossible love and tries to keep it by killing the man.
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This note was uploaded on 05/04/2011 for the course ENG 112 taught by Professor Jones during the Spring '08 term at Northern Virginia Community College.

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