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This paper is a Compare and Contrast essay that illustrates the characters of two stories named Miss Brill and A Rose For Miss Emily. The paper shows how both characters were similar and different in their ways, personalities and attitude. This ***** also highlights some quotes from the stories to support its claim.

Compare and Contrast

Rose ***** Miss Emily by William Faulkner and Miss ***** by Ka*****rine Mansfield relates the s*****ries of two women who had been through a lot in their p*****st lives and were trying to relive their past in their present. The ***** of both Miss ***** ***** Miss Brill are the same. While Miss Brill relates her ***** to her present with happy thoughts, Miss Emily considers her present an era that is ***** ***** drift her away from ***** past. Both the characters ***** ***** Brill and Miss Emily symbolize loneliness. While ***** Brill tries to communicate with the outer world, Miss Emily on the other hand shuts herself away from her neighbors and town people. Both the characters are ***** same ***** yet so different in ***** ***** and their pers*****ality.

A the beginning of both the stories, ***** audience very well realizes that both women ***** lonely. ***** ***** Brill tries to fight ***** loneliness *****, Miss Emily tries to make her peace with it. Miss ***** would come out e***** Sunday out into the park ***** witness the ***** around ***** go through so much. She ***** sit in her seat and watch all the actors perform for her.

*****re were a number of people out this afternoon, far more than last *****. And ***** band sounded louder and gayer. That was because the Season had begun. For although the b***** played all the year round on Sundays, out of season it was never the *****. It ***** like some one play*****g ***** only the family to listen; it didn't care how it played if *****re weren't any strangers present" (Katherine Mansfield, ***** Brill).

Miss ***** finds it hard ***** let go of her ***** after her father's death. She, un***** Miss Brill possesses an o*****stinate outlook towards life *****d comp*****ely refuses to change her style ***** living. "After her father's ***** she went out very little; after her sweetheart went away, people hardly saw ***** at all" (William Faulkner, A Rose For Miss Emily).

As a result of l*****liness, both Miss Brill *****nd Miss Emily are dependent upon certain figures in their lives. Miss ***** is dependent upon the band and her fur, ***** companions during the times of forlornness.

***** Brill put up her hand and touched her fur. Dear little thing! ***** was nice to feel it again. She had taken it ***** of *****s box th***** afternoon, shaken out the moth powder, given it a good brush, and rubbed the ***** back ***** the dim little eyes... Oh, how sweet it was to see them snap at her again from the red eiderdown!... But ***** nose, which


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