Scandalized by the relationship between Miss Emily and Homer, some ladies in town coerce the Baptist minister into speaking with Miss Emily. He does so; and the day after their meeting the minister’s wife writes to Miss Emily’s two female cousins in Alabama, presumably advising them to come live with Miss Emily and oversee her conduct.
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...a disgrace to the town and a bad example to the young people.” They coerced the Baptist minister into calling on Miss Emily, but he never revealed what happened during their meeting. The... (full context)