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It is personified with Death and Miss Emily. Death is one of the recurring themes and symbols in A Rose for Emily. The decaying house is a symbol for Miss Emily's physical, and emotional decay, and her mental problems. In summary, the house and Miss Emily are one in the same; both become decaying symbols of their dying generation.

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