A Rose for Emily

by: William Faulkner

Themes, Motifs and Symbols Quick Quiz

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Emily’s macabre bridal chamber can be seen as an attempt to ___.

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What does the narrator physically compare Emily to?

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When is the only time that people really see Emily‘s true self?

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The narrator describes the house as having a sense of “stubborn and coquettish ___.”

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As Emily grows, the narrator describes her hair as becoming ___.