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Emily Dickinson & The Utter Pain Of Blank In Her Poetry
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A 5 page paper comparing two poems by Emily Dickinson -- 'Pain has an Element of Blank', and 'There is a pain so utter.' The writer concludes that one poem attempts to describe pain in terms of metaphors, while the other attempts to replicate the 'blankness' of true pain. No additional sources cited.
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Emily Dickinson - A Look at Some of her Works
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5 pages in length. The works of Emily Dickinson are at times morose and yet depict a knowledge and inner sensitivity about life. While many of her works focus upon death and dying there are also those are filled with a passion for the nature around her. This excellent paper describes a group of poems by Emily Dickinson and focuses on her love of nature and her ability to make us smile with some of her metaphor.
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Emily Dickinson As A Transcendentalist
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A 6 page paper analyzing whether the famous nineteenth-century poet can actually be considered a transcendentalist. Looking at evidence presented in several of her poems, the writer argues that Dickinson would like to have been such, but many of her fears and obsessions rose from her Calvinist background. The paper uses five of her poems -- 'These are the days when birds come back', 'I heard a fly buzz when I died', 'Because I could not stop for death,' 'Further in summer than the birds', and 'Tell all the truth but tell it slant' to support its thesis. No critical sources are cited.
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Emily Dickinson the Recluse
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A 5 page paper looking at the way Emily Dickinson’s reclusive lifestyle affected her poetry. Poems discussed include in “Because I Could Not Stop For Death,” “I Heard a Fly Buzz When I Died,” , “Further in Summer Than the Birds,” and “I Send Two Sunsets”. Bibliography lists four sources.
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