Monday, February 28, 2011

Emily Dickinson

Emily Dickinson was an American female poet. She was born in Amherst, Massachusetts. Emily Dickson was a good poet, but there are only less than a dozen of her poems have been public during her life time, even she has written nearly eighteen hundred poems. Emily’s poems is unique and special, her letter are often difficult, if not impossible to understand invites speculation. She seeking the crux experience has affected her writing style; she distilled or eliminated inessential language and punctuation from her poems. Sometime, she separates the helping verb and the connecting word and drop ending from verb and nouns. It is not always east to know what her pronoun refer to.
Death, it’s an ultimate experience for Emily. It can be reveal ultimate truth and reality. Because I could Not Stop for Death reveal Emily‘s calm acceptance of death. She didn’t fear dead, her view of death may reflect her personality or belief.

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