In the third section of "A Rose for Emily," what is the main idea and what feeling do you get from it?

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This is the section where Emily becomes involved with Homer Barron a "Yankee" and a foreman "day laborer" and is seen in public with him on Sundays.  This is also when Emily buys the rat poison; this purchase gives a feeling of forboding.  Emily previously could not accept her father's death and there is foreshadowing that Emily would not...

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