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Emily Dickinson is a female American poet whose poems were unique to the era in which she wrote. She is considered one of the most original 19th Century poets.
The reference to frogs and their bog is an analogy for a person being admired by the public.
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She is afraid of open spaces (Agoraphobia). Because of this she lived a very reclusive life and very rarely left her home.
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strict religious study Answer Yes, Dickinson specifically requested that her family burned all her poems. Her relatives went to the trouble to take out the poems and have them edited and published to the standards of her day. Answer Yes, Dickinson specif…
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She wrote over 1700 poems. Some of her best works include, "I'm nobody, who are you?" "Heart! We will Forget Him!" "Because I could not Stop for Death" and "If I can Stop One Heart From Breaking". Those are my top favorite poems. Though she spent her whole life writing poems, less than twenty were a…
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In this poem Emily Dickinson described an overcast and moody natural scene. Emily Dickinson evokes a gloomy landscape by describing the wind as complaining and the snowflake as debating which way to go. At the end she says that nature, like people, is sometimes without its diadem, meaning crown. Ba…
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Emily Dickinson (1830-1886) was one of the earliest American poets, and one of the very few women published in her time. Most of her work was discovered after her death by her sister Lavinia, but its publication garnered much of its critical acclaim in the late 20th century.
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hart forget him, I'm nobody
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Emily Dickenson was a poet, you can fine most of her poems in pooks such as "The Complete works of Emily Dickinson". A few of her poems are: An altered look about the hills An awful tempest mashed the air As if some little arctic flower Come slowly, Eden! The daisy follows soft the sun The gentia…
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I personally believe you cannot become a poet. Poetry is a gift, you are either born with it or your not. And, i am a poet. If your not born with it then its not to bad you can always write books. Be inspired, write behind the lignes.
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Emily Dickinson is famous for her poetry and her prolific writing, but during her lifetime she was more famous for the fact that she rarely, if ever, left her house. During her lifetime she wrote over 1700 poems, however, that are incredibly profound, but few were published in her lifetime; a rela…
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Emily Dickinson died of Bright's disease or Nephritis - diseases of the kidneys.
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first half of the 1800s. Amherst, Massachusetts in the Northeast.
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Answer Elizabeth
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The first organized baseball game was June 19, 1846 in Hoboken, NJ
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279 poems over the span of her lifetime.
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Why Do They Shut Me Out of Heaven
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coursers. poetry. actually these were metaphors to illustrate that book is as diverse and has as much capacity as those things have in actual practice..means a book has the same capacity of taking person to unkown lands as a frigate(warship) have..it is as much broad as these warships are...b…
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Muscular atrophy. CLARIFICATION: According to a Wikipedia article on Washington Roebling, his wife, Emily Warren Roebling, died of stomach cancer. Her weakened condition from cancer could lead to muscular atrophy.
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I think it means that she thinks nobody knows her and doesn't pay any attention to her...For one poetry is meant to invoke something in you, what does it mean to you? It actually shouldn't matter what it means to me, but she doesn't want to be public. Who wants to be famous is what she ask, who want…
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Romantic Emily Dickinson lived from December 10, 1830, to May 15, 1886. Only five of her poems have been authentically dated earlier than 1858. But because of her personality, education, upbringing, and habit of maintaining heavy correspondence with friends, it does no…
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she does not use any rhyme in her poetry
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Dam is a female mother when referring to domestic animals and livestock. Sire is the male. It's possible that you mean damsire, a female's grandfather.
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The first organized baseball game was on October 6, 14 members of the Knickerbocker Club took part in the first baseball game. The two sides battled for three innings with Cartwright's team losing 11-8.
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-We as humans have no way of stoping death, but the bible brings out that God can and will. Revelation:21:4- says that death will be no more.... Isaiah:25:8- says that God will swallow up death forever.Here's a question though have you ever wondered why we are always looking for a way to prolong dea…
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Theres really only one plausable/effective way of dying from smoking buds; If you smoke your entire bodyweight in a 24 hour period you'll die, but you wont be anywhere near that amount before you pass out.
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she fell
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A acceptance to thee a bird came down the walk a coffin is a small domain
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find out figures of speech in hope is the thing with feathers
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Emily Dickinson began writing poems when she was 13 years old
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Emily Dickinson contributed to American literature by her astonishing writings, which were quite original. In addition, she contributed through the usage of metaphors in her poems. And she inspired women in the time when women really needed some inspiration. She served as an inspiration to poets …
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none of Emily's poems had names7 of her poems her publish during her lifethe rest of them were published after her deathshe was always alone with her siter vinneshe died of brigts disease on may 15,1886 at age 55was born on December 10,1830
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The Emily Dickinson First Book Award is given to someone who is over the age of 40 who has yet to publish their first book. This award was created by The Poetry Foundation.
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Emily Dickinson was born on December 10, 1830.
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Emily Dickinson was known for her mysteriously secluded life as for her poetry.
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She wrote more than 1,800 poems. Most of them were found by her sister after Emily died. Only 7 were published during her lifetime
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She was one of the earliest female poets in America. Dickinson was also one of the greatest poets in America.She was an inspiration to women throughout the world.
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It means he's abusive, and she cannot be with him.
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Emily Dickinson died of Brights Disease on May 15, 1886.
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no she didn't, she died before most of her poems were published
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She wrote about many themes, death and immortality, heartsickness, nature, life and love. Though many of her poems were dreary and depressing, many of them end with a bit of hope.
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Emily Dickinson's middle name is Elizabeth. Emily Dickinson is most known for being a poet. Some of her works include The Poems of Emily Dickinson.
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Emily Dickinson died on May 15, 1886 at the age of 55.
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She never really titled her poems, so people just title her poems with the first line of that poem. Ex. Love is anterior to life By: Emily Dickinson Love is anterior to life, Posterior to death, Initial of creation, and The exponent of breath. ----------------------------------------------…
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American poet Emily Dickinson wrote over 1800 poems. However; less than twelve of her poems were published during her lifetime.
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American poet, Emily Dickinson's middle name is Elizabeth. Emily Elizabeth Dickinson was born in 1830 and died in 1886.
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Emily Dickinson wrote 40 volumes of nearly 1800 poems that were found after here death. These volumes were called "fascicles." In all, she wrote a grand total of 1,775 poems in her lifetime.
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no she never got married. She suffered from severe depression from the loss of her closest friends.
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Emily Dickenson died in Amherst, Massachusetts, where she was born.
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Emily had a very reclusive life. She spent her years living upstairs at her father's house. She wrote as her way to express her feelings to the outside world.
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Emily Elizabeth Dickinson
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There is an award called the Emily Dickinson book award that recognizes an American poet over 50 who has yet to publish a book.
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Emily Dickinson was never married and she did not have any children.
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She wasn't married.
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No. Emily Dickinson neither married, nor had children.
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This poem is in Common Meter, in which lines of iambic tetrameter alternate with lines of iambic trimeter.
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Emily Dickinson was particularly fond the poetry of John Keats and Robert Browning, the prose of John Ruskin and Sir Thomas Brown, and the novels of George Elliot and Charlette and Emily Bronte. Above all, the King James translation of the Bible significantly influenced her work. She was particular…
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no, she died at the age 55 on may 15,1886
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Emily Dickinson was born December 10, 1830 and died May 15, 1886. Therefore she was 56 years old.
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Massachusetts
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American poet Emily Dickinson is still remembered as one of the most acclaimed and admired writers of all time. Her name is very famous and instantly recognizable, however, maybe not many remember that her middle name was Elizabeth.
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American poet Emily Dickinson was born in 1830. She began writing in her teenage years when she attended the Amherst Academy.
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Emily Dickinson attended Amherst Academy. Later on she left home to attend Mount Holyoke Female Seminary. She soon returned, however, after claims of being homesick.
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She wrote poems about death, love, and nature. Her most famous poem would be "I'm Nobody! Who Are You?"
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Did Emily Dickinson win any Honorable awards
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Emily Dickinson wore only a flannel robe in a white casket adorned by violets when she died at the age of fifty six
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Emily had a very reclusive life. She spent her years living upstairs at her father's house. She wrote as her way to express her feelings to the outside world. She was quite certain that she would be famous for her writing after death.
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Emily Dickinson wrote poetry to express her feelings about the outside world.
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Emily had a lot of inspiration. Some of her poems were written in the style of hymns, like the Bible. She was also inspired by Harriet Beecher Stowe, who was a family friend.
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There is a link below to an article on Susanna Dickinson. It has a portrait of her.
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Emily Davison lived from 1872 to 1913 and was a champion of women's suffrage in England. She became famous in 1913 when she walked in front of a horse belonging to King George V and was trampled. Four days later, she died from her injuries. This incident took place at the Epsom Derby.
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Emily Dickinson was a very strong hearted woman with a soft voice and dark colored eyes.
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Yes, Emily was born in 1830 and the first organized game was in 1846. Now do your own computer tech work!
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Emily Dickinson was born on December 10, 1830 and died on May 15, 1886. Emily Dickinson would have been 55 years old at the time of death or 184 years old today.
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Her sister Lavinia. After Emily's death, her sister found all of her poems and bound them neatly into small books. This is incorrect. Emily Dickinson had sewn the majority of her poems into little packets (described as "facsicles" by Mabel Loomis Todd). After Miss Dickinson's death in 1886, her you…
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Author's Craft: how the author uses literary devices and narrative elements.Author's Style: how the author creates the story; how the author likes to write; their style.
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Emily Dickinson was born on 10th December, 1830. This means she was born in the 19th century. She lived in the town of Amherst, Massachusetts.
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Emily had a very reclusive life. She spent her years living upstairs at her father's house. She wrote as her way to express her feelings to the outside world. At the age of 17, Emily left for South Hadley, Massachusetts to attend the Mount Holyoke Female Seminary. She stayed there less than a year.…
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Big Bro' I jusy wanted to let you know You mean the world to me And I really do appreciate the things you do for me Like making me smile when I blue And making me laugh, too Giving me a hug When I've really really missed you You will always be the best And never ever the worst Forget about …
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she was inspired by a person
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Her parents were Edward Dickinson and Emily Norcross Dickinson. She had a younger sister, Lavinia, and an older brother, William (he went by his middle name, Austin).
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She was a recluse -- she seldom left her house or the immediately surrounding grounds.
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There is another sky by Emily Dickinson There is another sky, Ever serene and fair, And there is another sunshine, Though it be darkness there; Never mind faded forests, Austin, Never mind silent fields - Here is a little forest, Whose leaf is ever green; Here is a brighter garden, Where n…
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Emily started wearing all white after her father's death. There are many reasons she might have done this. Some critics saw it as her attempt at religious purity and a way to escape death. Others thought it was because she never married and was mocking the institution of marriage by constantly weari…
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Emily Dickinson was an American poet who was born in 1830. Dickinson never received any awards personally for her work as most of her work was seen after her death.
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Her coffin was 5'6" long, so she must have been several inches shorter than that to fit in, logically. Her dress on display at the Dickinson Museum in Amherst MA is a copy, but it shows the woman was no more than 5'0" if the the dress was worn at floor length. The average person of the 19th century …
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This poem has a deep meaning behind it. Through out emilys life she set dreams or goals that she wanted to achieve. When she was diagnosed with her disease she started to wonder why he dreams and goals werent achieved. why he questions were never answered. She gave her all and tried to do better tha…
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Emily had a very reclusive life. She spent her years living upstairs at her father's house. She wrote as her way to express her feelings to the outside world. When she was alive, Emily Dickinson was not that popular. Her writing was not well known. Thanks to the social circles of her parents, she wa…
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Walt Whitman was a poet and journalist. He was born on Long Island, New York in 1819. He also worked as a teacher, and during the Civil War, volunteered as a nurse. His poetry is still studied in high schools and colleges around the country. Emily Dickinson is famous for her poetry. She was born in …
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he was her beloved friend Someone who influenced Emily as a reader and a writer when she was young~Apex~CY~
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she died from Bright's disease
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Emily Dickinson was very important. She served as inspiration to poets for generations to come. She was also one of America's early female poets, allowing females to get into the literary world.
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She died on 4 June 1913 when she was knocked over by a horse at the Epsom Derby. But they still didnt know if it was an accident or she commit suicide.
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Benjamin Newton was a young law student and a friend of Emily's brother. He was one of the first people to recognise Emily's poetic potential and encouraged her to pursue poetry :)
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Emily had a very reclusive life. She spent her years living upstairs at her father's house. She wrote as her way to express her feelings to the outside world.
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