Sometimes an object to represent symbolism can be hard to the reader to understand it. But symbols are seen all over the world. Some examples are road signals that symbolize different things like no U-Turn symbol, or a simple one like Pedestrian Warnings signs. If you live in the country side you might find the Deer Warning sing. Symbols are also used in the mathematics like in equations like this one, 2+2 there we are using the plus signs. Another example of symbolism in our everyday life is a ladder it could represent a connection between the heaven and the earth.
In the story, Miss Emily is a woman with beliefs from the past. She has never been love by a man because her father never approve of anyone .Her father thought no man was good enough for her. When her father dies she finds a man named Homer Barron. Homer is a construction supervisor from New York who’s been working in Jefferson town building sidewalks. Emily gets in love with him and creates a lot of speculation around town .People start gossiping that homer is homosexual and that he remarked “I’m not the marrying kind.” Miss Emily knows about goes to the drug store and buys ARSENIC a type of rat poison. After they get married she kill him by I assume she put the poison on his drink. She was the kind of women thought if a thing was not for her it’s not for anybody. After she kills him she hides the body and every night she sleeps with the dead body at her side. People of the town don’t know anything that’s going on inside because she does not get of it and doesn’t let anyone inside except her loyal servant Tobe. That reflects that she does not trust anybody even though the town person has always been vigorous to her. After she dies the people found out all the bad things that she did.
In “A Rose for Emily” objects and characters have to be understood in a more profound way. One of the characters of the story is Miss Emily Grierson. She’s like a monument for her town people expect a lot from her. She is also like a monument because she’s getting old. In the article “Symbols in “A Rose for Emily.” The author declares: “Later during time the story takes place in the house is old and worn in, Emily too has worn with time. She also symbolizes Mental Illness. The narrator of “A Rose for Emily” implies “the man himself lay death in bed” this is an example she had a problem, she had a death body inside her house and she had killed him. Additionally, the gray hair found on the pillow next to the corps of Homer Barron it symbolizes love lost. In the article titled “Symbols in “A Rose for Emily,” Afields5 declares “Emily’s father kept her away from finding love. It symbolizes a better women loved a life without ever finding true love. Even though she was a mature women she was inexperience in love. The house is yet another symbol in “A Rose for Emily.” The house represents A person for Emily A shmoop editor sees that since Miss Emily killed Homer she doesn’t get out of the house.