A helpful tool for teachers of William Faulkner's short story "A Rose for Emily."
As anyone who has taught this short story knows, the plot events are not presented in chronological order. A popular activity in English classes is to have students use the text to put the events in order as they would have occurred chronologically.
This document provides the most probable series of events in chronological order, and even attempts to place dates on each event. Each event is supported with text quotes to show why it is placed in that order.
The document also includes a page of notes to the teacher about the reasoning used to place the events in order and date them.