Who is miss Emily in 'A Rose for Emily'?
its miss breackenridge
There are several examples of foreshadowing in the story "A Rose for Emily." If you read it again, I'm sure you won't miss it. A few examples include: How Miss Emily suspiciously bought the poison (arsenic) The smell that was coming from Miss Emily's house The way Miss Emily kept her room locked up for almost 40 years. There are more if you reread the story!!
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.
Some examples of foreshadowing in "A Rose for Emily": The smell that develops sometime after Homer Barron disappears... The suspicious purchase of poison (arsenic) by Miss Emily. The way Miss Emily kept one of the rooms in her house locked up for 40 years... There are just a few hints that lead to the discovery of Homer's death. Hope this helps!
In the Gothic horror short story "A Rose For Emily" by William Faulkner, Miss Emily Grierson inherited her house from her father. She did not, however, inherit any money from him. Because she could only live an ordinary existence from that point out, this allowed her neighbors to feel some compassion toward her.