Comparing the Horse Dealers' Daughter and a Rose for Emily

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How death affects everyone differently, as seen through D.H. Lawrence’s The Horse Dealer’s Daughter and William Faulkner’s A Rose for Emily. Death is the end of life. Every living thing dies, but human beings are probably the only creatures that can imagine their own deaths. When someone dies the people closet to them are over come with sadness. Some people find comfort in death. They believe that when you die your …

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…have to feel all alone again . Mable couldn’t believe someone could love her because of how her life was changed by her father’s death. They both were made to show the weaker side of Emily and Mable. They were threatened with desertion and disgrace and they both took refuge in a world of death. This was a world where death was denied at the same time that is was shown to have existed.