Dry September and A Rose for Emily are two stories that explores life of two small towns, each having similarities as well as differences in the way it was written. In analyzing the two stories, we will reveal the emotions of the characters, the tone of the story, and how the setting is used to show the feeling of the story. in doing so, we will discover the style Faulkner uses to employ his tone
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that for Emily, we feel sympathetic of her life and how she couldnít move away from a dependent existence, we wanted her to move on. While for McLendon we feel pity in the fact that he is ignorant and is a person who canít do something without a mob to follow him. For the barber, we feel pity in the fact that he couldnít stand up, and do something courageous and noble.