Conclusion: Seeing all the sides of Emilys life with the eyes of strangers helps the narrator to intensify what was going on in reality, showing how little people know and understand each other.The story is not given to the reader in the correct chronological order, nevertheless owing to this specific structure the narrators attitude to the value of the past is revealed."A Rose for Emily" is a story with a plot that astonishes the reader and awakens the minds thirst for thinking.
The author leads the reader to the understanding that one misfortune (Emilys father controlling her private life) supported by another big one (Homer leaving Emily alone) may lead to irreparable damage to the morality of a person.
A Rose for Emily by William Faulkner Introduction: William Faulkners works are stories that reveal the depth of a human soul and its torments.
The plot is structured in a definite interesting way in order to emphasize certain moments and open logical consequences corresponding to the authors view of the story.
The headwaters of this damage may be observed in the public opinion and the incapability of a person to build any relationship due to the isolation: None of the young men were quite good enough for Miss Emily[Faulkner, Section II].
The discovery of the room is left till the very end so that the reader would understand that after all nothing is more valuable then love in the life of every person.
And at the end all that is left after all this love is a profound and fleshless grin[Faulkner, Section V].
In other words if William Faulkner could say it in couple of words they would have been: Lack of love and attention may be lethal.
The short story "A Rose For Emily", by William Faulkner, reflects the meaning of this phrase, though in a slightly psychotic way.
The interpretation of the message of William Faulkners A Rose for Emily.
Why is William Faulkners A Rose for Emily considered to be a shocking literary masterpiece?