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Originally Posted by jaycoop93
In William Faulkner’s “A Rose for Emily” we experienced and truly understood the meaning of horror in this ghastly Gothic story. The “Rose”, Emily was an image that displayed life and beauty. But soon the rose was unable to keep its glow, becoming faded and withered, the petals falling one by one. Emily’s inability to accept or to acknowledge death was something she could not let go. Soon she would spiral into insanity. she wound up living a lonely, withered life, with love bound to her until she died.