A Rose For Emily and Other Short Stories

account for theuse of the pronoun 'we' by the narrator

causees why narrator saud 'we'

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This story uses a curious point of view. It is written in first person objective yet the narrator uses the pronoun "we". I think the point of this is that the narrator represents the collective thoughts of the town rather than just one person. This reflects a certain consensus on how Miss. Emily was viewed.