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Papers On Poetry
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Dickinson's "My Life Had Stood" (754)
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Emily Dickinson was an enigma of time and place. This 5 page paper explores the poem, My Life Had Stood - A Loaded Gun in terms of structure, imagery, form rhythm , meter, tone and theme. No additional sources are listed.
Filename: KTlddgun.wps

Dickinson’s “This World is not Conclusion”
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A 3 page paper analyzing Emily Dickinson’s Poem 501. Dickinson makes her point in the first line of the poem, and provides the remainder of it in support of her opening statement. Her message is that despite the efforts of people to explain God, ignore God, “serve” God or define God, He operates in a manner that defies human logic and focuses on the individual. If the individual is able to avoid awareness of God, He is at work nonetheless, nibbling away at the soul, making His presence sensed, at least, if not fully known without first gaining commitment of belief. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: KSpoDickin501.rtf

Dickinson, Wheatley & Bradstreet / Impacts of Feminist Perspectives in Poetry
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A 3 page paper that provides a brief overview of the elements of the poetry of these three women poets and their impact in terms of feminism. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: Fempoet.doc

Dickinson/ Funeral in My Brain & Stop for Death
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A 5 page essay that analyzes two poems by Emily Dickinson -- "I felt a Funeral in my Brain" and "Because I could not stop for Death," which the writer argues are exemplary of this category of Dickinson's poetry. These are not uplifting poems that offer a reassurance of life after death. Rather Dickinson presents disturbing images of being aware, conscious, but nevertheless in the grave. However, from her poetry, one gains new insight into the processes of death, and the customs that surround it. No additional sources cited.
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