1. Why doesn’t Judge Stevens want to confront Miss Emily about “the smell”?
2. What did Miss Emily inherit from her father?
3. What were the minister and the doctor trying to convince Miss Emily of doing after her father’s death?
4. How many years pass between “the smell” in Section II and the deputation in Section I that visits Miss Emily about her taxes?
5. What do town members finally do about “the smell”?
1. Judge Stevens believes that he can not “accuse a lady...
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