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    Emily Dickinson's Poems

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    Who was Emily Dickinson? What was her lifestyle? Writing style? What did/does she represent?

    Discuss some of her works.

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    First, as one of America's most prominent female poets and famous recluses, Emily Dickinson was known for her isolated, quirky, and eccentric lifestyle. She was formally schooled and also a bit of an early feminist as she opposed marriage. This rebellious attitude is clearly exhibited in her "wife poems," for example.

    Next, I feel that her writing style is deeply characterized by tons of personification, similes, and metaphors, and other literary devices such as alliteration, assonance, allusions, etc. She deeply displays her great fascination with nature through ...

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    4oo words of personal notes briefly describe Emily Dickinson's poetry and her writing style.