The Use Of The Narrator In Faulkner's A Rose For Emily

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After reading and analyzing “A Rose for Emily” I have a better understanding of narration of and how it can be used in a story to complicate the story line. Faulkner tells the story in the third point of view. We don 't ever figure out the narrator 's name but that may help him remain unbiased throughout the story. The way Faulkner uses the narrator to tell the story through the different points of view makes and his narration style makes “A Story for Emily” an exciting story to read. The narration of “A Rose for Emily” is by a regular townsperson. He is unbiased and just tells the events as they happen. The narrator doesn 't tell his own thoughts but he tells the readers about the townspeople 's gossip. A perfect example of this

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