LiteraryВ AnalysisВ OneВ PagerВ

AllisonВ VanВ MeterВ

TheВ shortВ storyВ " AВ RoseВ forВ Emily” byВ WilliamВ FaulknerВ showsВ theВ wayВ anВ overlyВ protectedВ affectionВ couldВ obliterateВ one's В life. В EmilyВ Grierson, В theВ mainВ characterВ ofВ theВ narrative, В initiallyВ givesВ theВ readerВ notionВ ofВ actingВ brutalВ andВ evenВ crazy. В ButВ afterВ aВ furtherВ lookВ intoВ her В figure, В theВ readerВ couldВ almostВ comprehendВ theВ wayВ andВ whyВ sheВ happenedВ toВ beВ theВ wayВ sheВ was. В SheВ hasВ grownВ upВ herВ entireВ lifeВ inВ theВ sameВ home, В withВ theВ sameВ butler, В andВ herВ father'sВ company. В TheseВ mayВ beВ reasonsВ whyВ sheВ becameВ secludedВ andВ distantВ fromВ actuality. В EmilyВ isВ anВ introvertedВ characterНѕВ herВ personalityВ includesВ beingВ brutal, В silent, В andВ manic, В notВ changing В throughoutВ theВ account. В ThroughoutВ theВ work, В EmilyВ hasВ aВ drasticВ changeВ mentally, В sociallyВ andВ physically. В ThisВ isВ seenВ asВ sheВ changesВ mentallyВ afterВ herВ father'sВ death, В butВ theВ town'sВ folkВ didВ notВ entirelyВ noticeВ it. В EmilyВ increases В toВ beВ depressiveНѕВ whichВ redirects В herВ toВ herВ ownВ corrosion. В PeopleВ thoughtВ thatВ sheВ hadВ aВ sturdyВ personalityВ forВ theВ reasonВ thatВ sheВ dominatedВ the В neighbors. В Furthermore, В theВ townspeopleВ perceivedВ EmilyВ asВ aВ riskВ­freeВ secludedВ womanВ whoВ couldВ beВ pitiedВ becauseВ ofВ herВ lonesomeness. В Nevertheless , В towardВ theВ endВ ofВ theВ storyВ herВ evilВ natureВ isВ unraveled. В

EmilyВ livesВ forВ severalВ yearsВ asВ aВ lonerНѕВ sheВ withdrawsВ fromВ herВ entireВ communityВ toВ stayВ inВ seclusion. В MissВ EmilyВ endeavors В toВ eliminateВ herselfВ fromВ societyВ byВ virtueВ ofВ herВ actionsВ herВ actions. В " AfterВ herВ father'sВ deathВ sheВ wentВ outВ veryВ littleНѕВ afterВ herВ sweetheartВ wentВ away, В peopleВ hardlyВ sawВ herВ atВ almost all. В TheВ deathВ ofВ herВ fatherВ andВ theВ shatteredВ relationshipВ withВ herВ boyfriendВ addedВ toВ herВ attemptВ toВ liveВ inВ seclusion. В InВ additionВ toВ that, В thoughВ herВ father В wasВ responsibleВ forВ...