A Rose For Emily

Heritage vs Heritage         If someone asked me identify two stories in which symbolism is represented. I would choose there story A rise for Emily and Everyday Use. These two stories are not alone similar, just withal show different types of symbolism that are beingness arbitrated.

        In A Rose for Emily the author uses Miss Emily, the protagonist, to symbolize the honest-to-goodness south aristocracy. Like her farther she is proud. She possesses a duty, and doesnt stick out to many favors. For example, when the board of Alderman went to talk to her about her taxes, she ignored their bay and pushed them to leave. It was her stature of superiority along with pride that made her tress others away. Her pride kept her from paying taxes since, Colonel Sartoris said it was the towns way of repaying her father. other symbolic figure is Miss Emilys house. It also represents her pride. Her house looked conflicting surrounded by gasoline pumps and cotton wagons. It was an eyesore among eyes. The house was old fashioned, and had a dank smell.

        Alice Walkers story Everyday Use also uses symbolism, except this time materialistic objects represent heritage, and not a person. The quilts that Dee complimentss, tell a story. Each quilt was made by her grandmother and Aunt.

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The quilt contained pieces of cloth from her grandfathers shirt, and great grandfathers uniform. The churn pass was made out of a tree, by her Uncle Buddy. Emily Grierson and Dee Johnson both treasured to remember their past. However, Emilys purpose was different. Emily wanted people to recognize her in one way. She held on to her father and Homer Barron, they were basically the only people in her life. She clung to them, for that was the only thing she had left; she had...

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