A Rose For Emily.
A Rose For Emily Why does Faulkner choose to create the narrator as œwe rather than œI in a œRose for Emily? Why is this important to the plot? œA Rose for Emily is a successful narration that has complex themes and distinct narrative points of view. Many critics incorrectly consider the narrator who implicates the use of œwe rather than œI. this seems as if she is speaking on behalf of the entire society. Through a keen observation, it is evident that narrator is not as young as depicted and it is not identified whether he is male or feminine. The nature of the relater is evident through the development of his tone œwe, as it makes an individual change their minds about certain aspects of narration. Bartle, the Scrivener (A story of Wall Street) How does your response to Bartleby develop over the course of the story? Is he a dynamic or a static character? The story about Bartle is intruding as it leaves the reader puzzled due to the eccentric attitude expressed by Bartleby. It leaves many questions that need to be answered like why he refuses to work. In addition, why is his employer so lenient with his character? Through the analysis of his character and deeds, many interpretations arise from it and there are mysterious notions because some individuals view him as the exploited worker. There are readers who view Bartleby as an individual who is demoralized in the understanding of evident causes of the lawyer’s behavior. Plot of œA Rose For Emily In Faulkner’s œA Rose for Emily, it is evident that there are numerous conflicts. During the beginning of the narration, the narrator remembers the events that happened during the death of Emily Grierson and how the whole family attended the funeral at her home. For the first time, the life of Emily who is the main character is straddled in the œold South and the progress of the œnew South. Majority of the men were killed during the Civil War and there were no many suitable suitors for Emily. Taxes are tamed and this raises bizarre concerning Miss Emily. She refuses to accept the fact that her father died for four days, to mark the death she gets a boyfriend during that summer. Eventually, she has the fear that her boyfriend would desert her, she buys poison and her boyfriend disappears. The main conflict arises out of Emily’s passion to live within the ancient codes of the south although during that period she is unable to fulfill that due to development in modernization aspects. The conscience of the town is implicated when Miss Emily starts dating Homer Barron, they are aimed at holding the cultures of the south although there are various shortcoming. Eventually, she manages to succeed in her efforts after the death of her father. Her family is determined to discourage her from dating Homer. The other noticeable aspect of conflict develops when the œtown fails to know what to do with the misery that Miss Emily Grieson leaves after her demise. This is because after her death they discover the bedroom that had been locked for forty years only to find the rotting body of Homer Barron. Character of Bartleby Bartleby is a young adult who is hired by a certain lawyer to work as his law copyst. He begins his job with an excellent Psych of being a copyist, however when asked to proofread his work for the errors encountered he says, œhe prefers not to. Bartleby gives this answer before answering anything that he is asked to do anything an aspect that upsets the lawyer and his colleagues. Bartleby’s wok has a defect due to the commence of mental aberration that leads him to decline instructions given to him, he also slumbers in periods of nonconformity and self-isolation. His lean face and calm grey eyes are evidence that he has no agitation. He ends up declining to take food and normal human interactions. He is wrapped in a misery of enigma and frustrations. Not all the attempts to describe the character of would be successful as to judge him one needs to have practical information about him. Bartleby is physically weak and he has an incredible mentality, his rebellion towards anything suggested to him by his boss and colleagues is strong. This depicts his paradoxical character that encompasses of both the strength of his human will and his dangerous nature as a unique individual. Bartleby’s is a quiet man who has impenetrable resistance towards isolation from the rest of the characters in the book. He has holds nothing based on his decline to do his duties and this makes him to be termed as a character that has a mocking character. It is evident that Bartley is a character who prefers to do whatever he wishes to even though it hurts and haunts him. Setting Soldier’s Home According to the narrative œSoldiers Home, it is set in a small town in Oklahoma. The aspects depicted are those that occurred after the occurrence of the World War I. throughout the story the aspects of Krebs’s middle class homestead is depicted together with his war experiences creating the mood that is uniquely related to the homecoming of the boy. Krebs town is still in calmness with a direct foil for the mayhem and brutal acts that Krebs experienced in the war. When he decides to come home, he is feeling despised and uneasy. This story illustrates how Krebs the main character returns home and tries to settle a normal life which seems hard. He is alienated from the rest of the family members due to his experiences at the battlefield. Eventually, he decides to leave home forever so that he could become a reporter with certain papers in Kansas City. This story is provocative as we review the life of a soldier before and after the World War I. it is a story that leaves a lot to be interpreted as Krebs struggles to fight his sorrows and emotions. The military changed many things in the life of Krebs after his passionate dedication to liberate his country. In the process of being loyal, he becomes a man subjected to the grief of the World War. His life is never the same and he does not suit to live with his family and friends anymore. He is perplexed and reclusive due to the struggle he encountered to be able to relate with his family and people in town. The painful encounters are a lesson that makes the reader to create reactions based on his existence and the impediments that occur at the end.