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    Read: "A Rose for Emily" by William Faulkner

    DQ 15: Respond to discussion questions in very short answer only:
    2. What can you tell about the narrator? In your opinion, why did Faulkner choose to tell the story through this person?

    3. What do you know about Homer? Is his interest in Miss Emily honorable? Does he have any motives besides romance?

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    Please allow these ideas to help:

    First, as you explain what you can tell about the narrator, I stereotype him as a womanizer or in modern terms, "a player." Based on his line of work, he seems to move from job to job, collecting pay and women. He is a free spirit.

    I also think that Faulkner chose ...

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    This posting addresses narration in the story "A Rose for Emily" by William Faulkner.