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Jul 3, 2019 ... Emily Dickinson's use of slant rhymes, startling metaphors, and metrical variations captures one's attention and ignites one's imagination. Her way&nbs...

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In many cases her poems read as confessions of her psyche. She blended multiple poetic forms to create a style that was impressively original. Because ...

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In her work, Dickinson asserts the importance of the self, a theme closely related to Dickinson's censure of God. As Dickinson understood it, the mere act of ...

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In their first correspondence, she asked him if her poems were "alive" and if they " breathed." He called her a "wholly new and original poetic genius.&quo...

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Dec 10, 2020 ... Dickinson did for poetry what Hemingway later did for prose: she stripped the form down to its barest essentials, creating a style that was both ...

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Emily Dickinson Poems. Classics teacher and author David Preest, offers a completely free pdf file of notes and explanations on all 1789 of Emily Dickinson's  ...

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Apparently with no surprise. In 'Apparently with no surprise,' Emily Dickinson explores themes of life, death, time, and God. The poet takes the reader to a moving ....

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4 All quotations from Dickinson's poetry are from The Poems of Emily Dickinson, ed. Thomas H. Johnson (Cambridge: Harvard Univ. Press, I955). They are ...

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Nov 23, 2014 ... Thoughts on Emily Dickinson's Poetry: Punctuation & Syntax ... of her idiosyncratic written style as she used them not only in her poetic works, ...

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Form and Style. Dickinson's poems are lyrics, generally defined as short poems with a single speaker (not necessarily the poet) who expresses thought and feeling ...