A Rose for Emily is a short story of one of the most famous American writers William Faulkner. This is a closer analysis of the very dark short story which describes the deterioration and death of a rich Southern woman.
William Faulkner was a famous American novelist and short story writer. During World War II, he joined the army and became a Canadian volunteer. When the war was over, Faulkner got married, moved to a farm, and focused on his writing. The novel "The Sound and the Fury" made a turning point in literary history and made him famous in the world of literature. He received Nobel Prize in 1950, as well as numerous other awards.
A Rose for Emily Characters
Further study of characteristics, and connections between literary characters in A Rose for Emily by William Faulkner. The analysis includes characteristics of Snow White as the major character and minor characters such as Homer Barron, Judge Stevens, Tobe, etc.
A Rose for Emily Summary
A Rose for Emily is a short story by the American author William Faulkner, first published on April 30, 1930 in The Forum magazine. A story about an unmarried woman living in the American South refusing to pay her taxes.
As I Lay Dying
"As I Lay Dying" is a 1930 novel by William Faulkner. The novel was one of the first of its kind to utilize the narration of multiple point-of-view characters. Each of the 59 chapters is told through the eyes of a character and named after them. Faulkner claimed to have written the book over the […]
The Sound and the Fury
William Faulkner was an author well known for his not so optimistic novels. "The Sound and the Fury" is a novel in which the intellectual, moral and emotional falling apart of the world is shown. Faulkner uses his characters to describe the 20th century society. The novel begins with the fall of an aristocratic family […]