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  • This story makes me think ofthe Benjamin Franklin quote:"In this world nothing can besaid to be certain, exceptdeath and taxes."
  • This story makes me think ofthe Benjamin Franklin quote:"In this world nothing can besaid to be certain, exceptdeath and taxes."We begin with afuneral attended by everybody in town
  • This story makes me think ofthe Benjamin Franklin quote:"In this world nothing can besaid to be certain, exceptdeath and taxes."We begin with afuneral attended by everybody in town We learn some crazy stuff about Miss Emily. She refuses to acknowledge that her father has died for four days. Then, the next summer she finally gets a boyfriend, but is afraid he’ll leave her so she buys poison and now he just disappears? Now there’s a weird smell that every one is freaked out by. to top it off, there’s an issue with taxes (which makes me think of Ben Franklin)
  • This story makes me think ofthe Benjamin Franklin quote:"In this world nothing can besaid to be certain, exceptdeath and taxes." The town keeps intervening!We begin with afuneral attended by everybody in town We learn some crazy stuff about Miss Emily. She refuses to acknowledge that her father has died for four days. Then, the next summer she finally gets a boyfriend, but is afraid he’ll leave her so she buys poison and now he just disappears? Now there’s a weird smell that every one is freaked out by. to top it off, there’s an issue with taxes (which makes me think of Ben Franklin)
  • This story makes me think ofthe Benjamin Franklin quote:"In this world nothing can besaid to be certain, exceptdeath and taxes." The town’s people are horrible to Miss Emily about her dating Homer! The town keeps intervening!We begin with afuneral attended by everybody in town We learn some crazy stuff about Miss Emily. She refuses to acknowledge that her father has died for four days. Then, the next summer she finally gets a boyfriend, but is afraid he’ll leave her so she buys poison and now he just disappears? Now there’s a weird smell that every one is freaked out by. to top it off, there’s an issue with taxes (which makes me think of Ben Franklin)
  • This story makes me think ofthe Benjamin Franklin quote:"In this world nothing can besaid to be certain, exceptdeath and taxes." When that doesn’t work, they sic the cousins on her. The town’s people are horrible to Miss Emily about her dating Homer! The town keeps intervening!We begin with afuneral attended by everybody in town We learn some crazy stuff about Miss Emily. She refuses to acknowledge that her father has died for four days. Then, the next summer she finally gets a boyfriend, but is afraid he’ll leave her so she buys poison and now he just disappears? Now there’s a weird smell that every one is freaked out by. to top it off, there’s an issue with taxes (which makes me think of Ben Franklin)
  • This story makes me think of Faulkner did a great job with symbolism here.the Benjamin Franklin quote: Homer was a bit of a “rat” - the climax is the"In this world nothing can be image of the skull and cross bones on the ratsaid to be certain, except poison.death and taxes." When that doesn’t work, they sic the cousins on her. The town’s people are horrible to Miss Emily about her dating Homer! The town keeps intervening!We begin with afuneral attended by everybody in town We learn some crazy stuff about Miss Emily. She refuses to acknowledge that her father has died for four days. Then, the next summer she finally gets a boyfriend, but is afraid he’ll leave her so she buys poison and now he just disappears? Now there’s a weird smell that every one is freaked out by. to top it off, there’s an issue with taxes (which makes me think of Ben Franklin)
  • This story makes me think of Faulkner did a great job with symbolism here.the Benjamin Franklin quote: Homer was a bit of a “rat” - the climax is the"In this world nothing can be image of the skull and cross bones on the ratsaid to be certain, except poison. town’s people are Thedeath and taxes." all a-flutter over whether Miss Emily and Homer are When that doesn’t work, they sic the cousins on her. married, are about to be married, or will The town’s people are never be married. horrible to Miss Emily about her dating Homer! The town keeps intervening!We begin with afuneral attended by everybody in town We learn some crazy stuff about Miss Emily. She refuses to acknowledge that her father has died for four days. Then, the next summer she finally gets a boyfriend, but is afraid he’ll leave her so she buys poison and now he just disappears? Now there’s a weird smell that every one is freaked out by. to top it off, there’s an issue with taxes (which makes me think of Ben Franklin)
  • This story makes me think of Faulkner did a great job with symbolism here.the Benjamin Franklin quote: Homer was a bit of a “rat” - the climax is the"In this world nothing can be image of the skull and cross bones on the ratsaid to be certain, except poison. town’s people are Thedeath and taxes." all a-flutter over whether Miss Emily and Homer are When that doesn’t work, they sic the cousins on her. married, are about to be married, or will The town’s people are never be married. horrible to Miss Emily Homer goes missin about her dating Homer! The town keeps intervening!We begin with afuneral attended by everybody in town We learn some crazy stuff about Miss Emily. She refuses to acknowledge that her father has died for four days. Then, the next summer she finally gets a boyfriend, but is afraid he’ll leave her so she buys poison and now he just disappears? Now there’s a weird smell that every one is freaked out by. to top it off, there’s an issue with taxes (which makes me think of Ben Franklin)
  • This story makes me think of Faulkner did a great job with symbolism here.the Benjamin Franklin quote: Homer was a bit of a “rat” - the climax is the"In this world nothing can be image of the skull and cross bones on the ratsaid to be certain, except poison. town’s people are Thedeath and taxes." all a-flutter over whether Miss Emily and Homer are When that doesn’t work, they sic the cousins on her. married, are about to be married, or will The town’s people are never be married. horrible to Miss Emily Homer goes missin about her dating Homer! The town keeps intervening! We learn what, exactly, Miss Emily has been doing for forty years.We begin with afuneral attended by everybody in town We learn some crazy stuff about Miss Emily. She refuses to acknowledge that her father has died for four days. Then, the next summer she finally gets a boyfriend, but is afraid he’ll leave her so she buys poison and now he just disappears? Now there’s a weird smell that every one is freaked out by. to top it off, there’s an issue with taxes (which makes me think of Ben Franklin)
  • This story makes me think of Faulkner did a great job with symbolism here.the Benjamin Franklin quote: Homer was a bit of a “rat” - the climax is the"In this world nothing can be image of the skull and cross bones on the ratsaid to be certain, except poison. town’s people are Thedeath and taxes." all a-flutter over whether Miss Emily and Homer are When that doesn’t work, they sic the cousins on her. married, are about to be married, or will The town’s people are never be married. horrible to Miss Emily Homer goes missin about her dating Homer! The town keeps intervening! We learn what, exactly, Miss Emily has been doing for forty years.We begin with afuneral attended Homer Barron, I presume? Is by everybody in that a grey hair next to your town head? We learn some crazy stuff about Miss Emily. She refuses to acknowledge that her father has died for four days. Then, the next summer she finally gets a boyfriend, but is afraid he’ll leave her so she buys poison and now he just disappears? Now there’s a weird smell that every one is freaked out by. to top it off, there’s an issue with taxes (which makes me think of Ben Franklin)