A rose for emily

A rose for emily

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  • Exposition
  • Emily
  • Conflict
  • Rising Action
  • Poisons
  • The main character is Emily. Emily is a very lonely and mysterious woman who doesn't really understand life and how to cope with tough situations. The setting of the novel starts off with Emily's funeral and the whole town went to her funeral. The introduced conflict is that the town wants to see inside of Miss Emily's house. The two also says that they haven't seen the inside of Miss Emily's house is 10 years.
  • Climax
  • Emily's internal struggle is Man vs. self. Emily's internal struggle is the ability to cope and accept life. When Emily's father died she didn't want to give up the body and when Homer Barron died she locked the body in a room. Emily's external struggle is Man vs. nature. Emily's external struggle is the way how the neighborhood views emily's personal and mysterious life.
  • Falling Action
  • When Emily asks the druggist for poison is really important. This makes the reader want to know what is going to happen next. Homer Baron is introduced as the next character.
  • Resolution
  • The major turning point is Homer Barron is found dead in a room in Miss Emily's house. The impact of this movement is the secret of Homer Baron and Miss Emily and what really happens in her house. This is not surprising because Emily doesn't know how to accept change when someone dies, and doesn't like when people leave her.
  • As a result of finding Homer Barron dead in the room, the people just stood there looking at his face. Each character handled the situation as if they expected something like that to happen since they haven't seen him in a very long time.
  • The conflict was resolved when they realized what had happened to Homer Barron. The message was that Miss Emily lied there overnight with Homer Barron often which caused an indentation in the pillow next to him and their was a long strand of gray hair in his nostrils form Miss Emily.
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