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Essay heading: &Quot;A Rose For Emily&Quot; Character Analysis
 
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She would hold her head up high and work to make a living and not live by somebody else’s support. In the eyes of the townsmen, she was still considered as “Poor Emily” but this did not discourage her at all and allowed her to hold her head up higher. Later on Emily finds out that Homer did not want to commit to her as their relationship went on...
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Later on Emily finds out that Homer did not want to commit to her as their relationship went on. This event is another changing point in Emily’s character and shows that even though she was the last Grierson, she was still going to act like a true noble woman and get what she wanted. In conclusion, Emily is clearly not a sick or twisted woman but a woman that is fighting for her right to live and be happy as much as she can...
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