A Rose For Emily and Other Short Stories

A rose for Emily

If you are tempted to think of homor Barron as antagonist does it matter that the story continues thirty years after his death?

Asked by
Last updated by Aslan
Answers 1
Add Yours

I think Homer is only a part of the story and we are not wholly informed about the details of their relationship. There is much more to consider when examining the conflicts of Emily. There is her father's control as well as Emily's mental instability.