In the story "A Rose for Emily" is not told in chronological order. List each section in chronological order and explain your choices.
Because of William Faulkner's manipulation of time, his Gothic masterpiece,"A Rose for Emily," is an expansive, albeit compact story. It covers nearly three-quarters of a century. Framing all this time is death, Emily's father's and her own.
Section I--1894 - Colonel Sartoris remitted the taxes for the Griersons.
Section II --Father dies. three days later he is buried.
Section III--Emily is sick for a while. Homer Barron arrives.
The aunts arrive. Emily purchases a man's toilette set.
Section IV-- The aunts depart. Homer returns after a three-day absence
Section III--Emily buys poison.
Section IV--Emily is not seen much for six or seven years; she gives sporadic china painting lessons.
Section II-Emily vanquishes the tax collectors
Sections I and V-Emily dies.