I. Introduction William Faulkner (25/9/1887 - 6/7/1962) is a special phenomenon in American literature of the 20th century. His literary field was never higher than his true identity, but Faulkner is an American giant. As a famous writer in Mississippi, William Faulkner is considered one of the greatest writers of the 20th century. It is amazing. A man who has never graduated from high school, never acquired a university degree, and once lived in a small region of the poorest countries of the United States, wrote a series of successful works at poor families.
In Emily 's rose' Emily 's rose', the use of William Faulkner 's iconic' roses 'is important for Miss Emily' s self - isolating stories. A rose is a symbol of love that depicts eternal beauty. For centuries roses have been used to explain eternal love and loyalty. Even if the rose dies, it is still very highly appreciated. Miss Emily 's "rose" exists only in the title of the story. Faulkner departed the reader to explain the symbol of roses ... Rose for Emily: South and contemporary South William Faulkner before the Civil War wrote "Rose for Emily." In the novel he compares the life of the small southern town in the late 1800s, comparing his ability and ability to change over time. Old or "pre-war South" was represented by Miss Emily, Colonel Satrius, Oldman Committee, and the servants of the Negro. New or "modern South" is expressed by words of unnamed narrator
William Faulkner's short story, "Roses for Emily" writing empty for Emily Emily lacks social skills and Emily is refusing to adapt to her by her personality And bitterness. Emily showed the lack of her social skills when she tried to call her, in a short story "rose for Emily", and she refused to see them . Emily is not in harmony with other cities. When a town got a postal system for free, Emily refused to allow the town. People put mailboxes or zip codes outside her house.
In the short novel "Amy Rose", William Faulkner talks from the first person viewpoint of the town. In "Emily 's Rose", the reader was first introduced to Miss Emily Grissen at her funeral. The story goes through memories, and the talker introduces her relationship with Emily's tax and the hometown Baron of Homer, the city of the architectural project. In the next paragraph, I will explain the following elements of this short story. Motifs, themes, symbols of hair, and critics' thoughts on these elements.