Literary Worth Essay

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Develop three criteria for identifying literary worth. For this assignment, you will presume to make decisions about what determinations should be used to decide who will be read in the classrooms of college English students. You might develop your ideas for inclusion around considerations of who the literature would represent. Or maybe you will decide that established literary tradition should be part of your formula for deciding who is “in” and who is to be left out.

Apply your three criteria to the poetry of Emily Dickinson. In your response, discuss how her poetry is characteristic of the literary break found in traditional 19th century poetry. Note some of the similarities and differences between Dickinson’s and Whitman’s poetic style.

In an essay (750-1,000 words), define your criteria and evaluate Dickinson’s poetry.

Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the MLA Style Guide, NO PLAGIARISM....


  • "Emily Dickinson," and "I never lost as much but twice-" through "I heard a Fly buzz - when I died-"

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Criteria for Identifying Literary Worth

What do you like about the person you consider to be your favorite poet? What makes a
given poem to dominate the minds of the audience for a very long time? Artists specializing
in poetry have developed the ability to reflect happenings in the community through writing,
presenting or citing poems. There are many different ways which can be used to identify a
literary worth artistic piece. They include:
❖ Timeliness
❖ Intellectually motivating
❖ It impacts in the society
Intellectually motivating
What drives you to read an individual piece of work? Diction (the choice of words) is critical.
Diction is what makes the audience to like the author’s work. In her pieces of work, Emily
Dickinson makes a nice choice of words. She compresses words in her poetry to make it
easier for the reader. Despite the fact that shortening words comprise several hidden
meanings, it is motivat...

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