"A Fallen Monument"
"A Rose for Emily" by William Faulkner is a brilliant story. Faulkner uses great techniques to try to confuse the reader. The story begins at one point; he throws a twist in the middle and brings the reader back to the ending of the story. This is a fantastic story that gives us an insight of a fallen monument. Faulkner has illustrated some strong irony and symbolism.
The story begins in a
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she's all right and how she is taking things. While all this time she has been at home sleeping with Homer's rotten body.
In conclusion Faulkner used some good techniques writing this story. "A Rose for Emily" gets one of my best ratings. All together he creats a story with a good conflict about a woman who can not let go. He show symbolism and irony in the story and puts in some good points.