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Another prime example of Faulkner's effective writing is his use of narration. Of course, in most stories the narrator is a key asset. In :A Rose for Emily" Faulkner uses the narrator not only as a story teller, but as an observer from the crowd
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- Present IV Symbolism A. Miss Emily as a symbol B. The symbolism of "Rose" in the title C. Faulkner's use of characterization in "A Rose for Emily"
- "Through out the story the narrator uses "we" instead of I revealing to us the way the townspeople judge Emily".
- "A Rose for Emily" is and will continue to be a definite success in the works of William Faulkner.
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