Table of Contents1. INTRODUCTION. A Rose for Emily: Faulkner's Modern Gothic Masterpiece. 2. LITERATURE. About the Author. A Rose for Emily. Matter Deleted from A Rose for Emily. Discussion Questions. Research Questions. 3. SECONDARY SOURCES. Frederick L. Wwynn and Joseph Blotner, eds - Faulkner in the University: Class Conferences at the University of Virginia 1957-1958. Terry Heller - The Telltale Hair: A Critical Study of William Faulkner's A Rose for Emily. George L. Dillon - Styles of Reading. Ruth Sullivan - The Narrator in A Rose for Emily. Isaac Rodman - Irony and Isolation: Narrative Distance in Faulkner's A Rose for Emily. Robert Crosman - How Readers Make Meaning. Suzanne Hunter Brown - A Rose for Emily, by William Faulkner. Jack Scherting - Emily Grierson's Oedipus Complex: Motif, Motive, and Meaning in Faulkner's A Rose for Emily. Judith Fetterley - A Rose for A Rose for Emily. Gene M. Moore - Of Time and Its Mathematical Progression: Problems of Chronology in Faulkner's A Rose for Emily. 4. SAMPLE STUDENT RESEARCH PAPER. Meredith Schmidt - The Teller of the Tale. 5. BIBLIOGRAPHY. Works by William Faulkner. Works about William Faulkner. 6. APPENDIX: DOCUMENTING SOURCES.