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One of the themes of the story A Rose For Emily is tradition versus change, which can often be an issue for people at the time. It also deals with the power and impact of death.

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The main theme from A Rose For Emily is death and tradition/change.


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A Rose for Emily is a story that was written by William Faulkner. It was published in 1930. The Climax of the story is when the people break into Emily's room.


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Homer Barron, the unfortunate suitor of Emily Grierson, was not from the south.


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