Emily Dickson Poems Analysis

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English 3 Poetry Unit Review Emily Dickinson: "The Soul selects her own society" "If you were coming in the Fall” "Tell the Truth but tell it slant" "Because I could not stop for Death" "I heard a Fly buzz-when I died” "Much Madness is divinest Sense" For each poem pinpoint specific literary devices. Then, describe what is happening in each poem, the tone of each poem and the overall theme. (What is Dickinson trying to say? Why did she write the poem?) Review your notes. Be sure to include all relevant information we discussed in class Walt Whitman: "I hear America singing" "Song of Myself” 10 "Song of Myself” 52 "A Sight in Camp in the Daybreak Gray and Dim" Again, for each poem pinpoint specific literary devices. Then, describe what is happening in each poem, the tone of each poem and the overall theme or message. (What is Whitman trying to say? Why did he write the poem.) Be sure to include any autobiographical information that may be relevant.
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Running head: POEM ANALYSIS

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Poem Analysis
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POEM ANALYSIS

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EMILY DICKSON

Emily distinguishes herself from a majority who are in darkness. She tells of what her
soul yearn (afterlife) – something different from the normal world. she depicts the freedom and
ability of her soul to select where and how it wishes to live in. she explains that it is the nature of
human to tell the false whenever faced by difficulties. she ...


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