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Emily Dickinson - My Life Has Stood -- A Loaded Gun

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Emily Dickinson's Views On Death
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Many of Emily Dickinson's 1775 poems deal with her beliefs concerning the process of death, the rituals surrounding death and the question of immortality. This 6 page paper focuses on three of her poems: 'After Great Pain A Formal Feeling Comes', 'Because I Could Not Stop For Death' and 'I felt A Funeral In My Brain', where it can be seen that Ms. Dickinson did indeed believe in an afterlife and viewed death from the vantage point that it should be faced and celebrated with a sense of dignity. Her outlook toward organized religion and the rituals accompanying death was skeptical, if not cynical. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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Emily Dickinson/ "I heard a Fly buzz…"
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A 5 page analysis of Dickinson's poem "I heard a Fly buzz—when I died." The writer particularly examines the way figures of speech are employed by Dickinson. No additional sources cited.
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Blake & Dickinson / The 'Nature' of God
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A 5 page paper analyzing the attitudes of William Blake and Emily Dickinson toward God as manifested in their poetry. The paper concludes that Blake's and Dickinson's theology ultimately derives from the observation of Nature and its processes, and both poets see reflected in the impersonality of Nature the impersonality of God. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Death and Emily Dickinson
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A five page paper looking at Emily Dickinson’s view of death as expressed in such poems as “Because I Could Not Stop For Death,” “I Heard a Fly Buzz When I Died,” and “Safe in Their Alabaster Chambers.” The paper concludes that Dickinson feels that while one should not fear death, one should also make the most of life, for it doesn’t get better than this. Bibliography lists four sources.
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Emily Dickinson's 'The Soul Selects Her Own Society'
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A 5 page explication of this poem by Emily Dickinson. The writer details the metaphors of the poem, its form and rhyme scheme, and critical views of its relationship to Dickinson's own life. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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