Sunday, November 13, 2016

The Struggle for Control - A Rose for Emily by William Faulkner

William Faulkner was born in Oxford, Mississippi in 1897. spirit in the sec gave Faulkner a firsthand account of the attempt between letting go of the past and trying to carry forward. He also axiom the difficulties people around him were confront: the problems making ends meet and nutrition day to day in the turn-of-the-century south, and Faulkner brings this theme to biography in the short paper, A pink wine for Emily.\n Emily Grierson is an elderly woman who urgently clings to the past while the solid ground around her is moving into the future. Her life is a mystery to her townshipsfolk; once she died, however, the entire town was in attendance at her funeral, only to see what happened to her. In telling this tale, Faulkner goes back and onward between the present of the story and flashbacks to efficiently divulge separately and every detail. Faulkner elegantly uses a non-linear timeline to intensify the ever-present crusade between the ideologies of the aging south and those of the in the altogether south. Miss Emily Grierson is a woman who embodies the old south. The customs, the etiquette, the silent rules, and thats the way she likes it. When the times bewilder to change, she retreats into her house, refusing to go along with the new styles of living. Yet, when Miss Emily looks out her window and she sees something that she might like approximately the new south, his name is homing pigeon Barron.\nbell ringer is a Yankee- a walloping, dark, ready man, with a big voice and eyes lightness than his face  (Faulkner 31). He nowadays becomes a center of tutelage and entertainment in the town. He is the epitome of the new south. The kinship between Miss Emily and Homer Barron is a blending of old south and new south, the confluence of two eras. When she had first begun to be seen with Homer Barron, we had said, She will unify him.  Then we said, She will shake him yet,  because Homer himself had remarked- he wish men, and it was know that he drank with the young men in the Elks Clu...

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