Che cosa hanno in comune? Beside his grinning face there is an indentation on the pillow. The story takes place in Faulkner's fictional city, Jefferson, Mississippi, in the fictional southern county of Yoknapatawpha. زمانی که همه مردم شهر گمان می برند هومر ناپدید شده است ، او درون اتاقی در طبقه دوم ساختمانی که امیلی مالک آن است ، به خواب ابدی رفته است و امیلی تا پایان عمر او را در کنار خود خواهد داشت. But I'll say it, this was one beautiful - short - piece of gothic literature. Throughout the rest of part four, Emily leads the isolated spinster's life, doing the things spinsters may be expected to do: teaching china painting, refusing a mailbox and house number, and finally dying alone in her decaying house.
Therefore, the murder is a victory of the spirit over the body. We have no indication that a break with Homer is imminent when he disappears. I'll speak to him about it. But, just as a future of spinsterhood seems imminent, Miss Emily almost miraculously adapts to the times by becoming romantically involved with Homer, a man not only from a lower social class than she but a Northerner to boot. This was my second Faulkner. Her father dies when Emily is about the age of 30, which takes her by surprise.
Her skeleton was small and spare; perhaps that was why what would have been merely plumpness in another was obesity in her. In the past, there had been gossip that she'd marry a man by the name of Homer Barron. Once the Grierson mansion was a brilliant white on the finest street in town. He is a Northern laborer who comes to town shortly after Mr. This, in turn, leaves the reader to interpret the twists and turns of the story well after the story has been read.
Nor were you telling a straight forward ghost story, although you have said so more than once. They broke open the cellar door and sprinkled lime there, and in all the outbuildings. Background of the research A. Daily, monthly, yearly we watched the Negro grow grayer and more stooped, going in and out with the market basket. The narrator describes a long illness that Emily suffers after this incident. به تدریج در طول داستان مشخص می شود که رهبرانی از نسل جدید کنترل شهر را در دست گرفته و جایگزین کلنل سارتوریس شده اند.
Throughout the whole story, the author plays with the reader, like a cat plays with a mouse, pretty merciless author, right? نکته قابل تامل دیگر، بیگانگی فالکنر با شیوه نقطه گذاری معمول است که در رمان های او نیز به چشم می خورد. Homer is never seen again. Call her stubborn, set in her ways, or downright difficult, Emily Grierson is not one to budge once she's made up her mind. Emily has not lived, she has wasted away, with her arms around a dream that has itself long since died. A series of confrontations between Emily and Jefferson takes place in the following sections. That was when people had begun to feel really sorry for her.
Others will control that change unwilling to adhere to the new and unfamiliar way of things. She is not very pleased with the changes that have occurred therefore she lets everyone that she comes in contact with know how she views those specific changes. We find out that Emily did have a lover who ran out on her, and afterwards, she became a recluse, and that air of mystery about her from her younger years, only gets reinforced with age. The elders of the town sent three letters seeking payment to Emily before finally showing up at her house. Following the death of her father, Emily visits the local druggist and wishes to purchase arsenic. Or did they not want to know the truth? Miss Emily had been placed on a pedestal all her life. Naturally, as you'd imagine, it stuck.
بدیهی است که زندانیان چنین زندانی ، خود را در حد وسیله ای کوچک تنزل داده اند تا نمایانگر اصالت های واهی خود باشند. Mysteries remains unexplained behind a closed door! It was love that kept her to do those things that she did. And why did the Negro servant disappear right after the funeral? New York: Vintage, 1962 , p. The majority of his works are based in his native state of Mississippi. داستان از زاویه دید اول شخص و توسط یک راوی نامشخص روایت می شود. It's a dark tale of parental domination, societal isolation, and mental illness.
The body had apparently once lain in the attitude of an embrace, but now the long sleep that outlasts love, that conquers even the grimace of love, had cuckolded him. Questions start brimming about Emily and her lover, drastic events take place, suddenly she starts shutting people out. It's still a shocker; I can only imagine the sensation it caused when it was published in 1930. Faulkner's classic short story was first published in 1930 in The Forum, his first story to be published in a national magazine. When the town sees her as the heroine-in-white of a melodramatic tableau in which her father threatens off suitors with his horsewhip, she is expected to do the kinds of things a melodramatic heroine usually does: to cling to her dead father despite his supposed cruelty, to kill herself with poison when her honor is sullied, and to isolate herself in her house when her lover deserts her or when she has ordered him to leave. I don't know whether I would have liked her or not, I might have been afraid of her.
They, especially the older generation, are eager to turn her status against her when she is courted by a Yankee day laborer. Faulkner did nothing by whim. Before we have seen an actual incident, we have a sense of antagonistic forces and a judging narrative consciousness. کلنل سارتوریس ، شهردار شهر، امیلی را از مالیات معاف کرده است و دلیل او برای این کارش ، بدهی شهرداری به پدر امیلی عنوان می شود. This story de We did not say she was crazy then. In order to account for and deal with Emily, the people constantly resort to categorization. The story seems to be told by a participant in at least some of the events described, yet all of the events are complete at the time of the telling.