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Category: Poets with initials A to E
Analysis- ‘The Last Night that She Lived’ Summary by Emily Dickinson

Analysis- ‘The Last Night that She Lived’ Summary by Emily Dickinson

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‘The Last Night that She Lived’ is a poem by Emily Dickinson in which she reflects upon the last moments of a person from the perspective of the observer. The poem is set on the ...

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Summary and Analysis of ‘It was not Death, for I Stood Up’

Summary and Analysis of ‘It was not Death, for I Stood Up’

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‘It was not Death, for I stood up’ is a poem by Emily Dickinson where she talks about hopelessness and depression. She gives the reader a glimpse into the state of her mind with ...

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She Rose to his Requirement Summary and Analysis by Emily Dickinson

She Rose to his Requirement Summary and Analysis by Emily Dickinson

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She rose to His Requirement by Emily Dickinson is a poem with powerful elements of feminism and reflects the poet’s views on a patriarchal society. Note that this poem was written ...

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Summary and Analysis of Death is the Supple Suitor by Emily Dickinson

Summary and Analysis of Death is the Supple Suitor by Emily Dickinson

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‘Death is the supple Suitor’ by Emily Dickinson is a poem on the inevitability of death.  The poet imagines death first as a suitor and then as a groom, who woos every living ...

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Summary and Analysis of No Man can Compass a Despair

Summary and Analysis of No Man can Compass a Despair

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No Man can Compass a Despair is a poem by Emily Dickinson which discusses the nature of despair. It compares a man trying to understand despair to a traveler trying to cover a ...

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My Life Closed Twice Before Its Close Summary and Analysis

My Life Closed Twice Before Its Close Summary and Analysis

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Emily Dickinson was born on December 10, 1830, in Amherst, Massachusetts. She attended Mount Holyoke Female Seminary in South Hadley, but only for one year. Throughout her life, ...

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On a Columnar Self Summary and Analysis by Emily Dickinson

On a Columnar Self Summary and Analysis by Emily Dickinson

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‘On a Columnar Self’ is a short poem by Emily Dickinson. The poem consist of three stanzas of four lines each. The poem does not follow a specific rhyme scheme. In this poem, ...

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A Bird Came Down The Walk Summary and Analysis by Emily Dickinson

A Bird Came Down The Walk Summary and Analysis by Emily Dickinson

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‘A Bird Came Down The Walk’ is a poem by Emily Dickinson. In this poem, she shares her observation of a bird that had come down the walkway of her home. This poem showcases the ...

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The Soul Selects Her Own Society Summary and Analysis

The Soul Selects Her Own Society Summary and Analysis

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The Soul Selects Her Own Society is a poem written by Emily Dickinson. It is a poem about choosing one’s companions. It also sheds light on an introverted personality, content ...

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I Carry your Heart with Me Analysis by  E.E.Cummings

I Carry your Heart with Me Analysis by E.E.Cummings

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The very aspect that strikes the mind of any reader, is the poet’s conclusion to the basic concept of love  and the eternal beauty between two human beings  banded with the one ...

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First Death in Nova Scotia by Elizabeth Bishop Summary

First Death in Nova Scotia by Elizabeth Bishop Summary

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Elizabeth Bishop was born on 8th February 1911, in Worcester, Massachusetts. After her father died and her mother was put in a mental asylum when she was very young, Bishop was ...

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First Death in Nova Scotia by Elizabeth Bishop Analysis

First Death in Nova Scotia by Elizabeth Bishop Analysis

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This analysis of Elizabeth Bishop’s “First Death in Nova Scotia” is divided into three parts – context, rhyme scheme and rhetorical devices, and themes. Context: This poem was ...

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Chemin de fer by Elizabeth Bishop Analysis

Chemin de fer by Elizabeth Bishop Analysis

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This analysis of Elizabeth Bishop’s “Chemin de fer” is divided into four sections – context, rhyme scheme and rhetorical devices, ambiguity, and deeper meaning. Context: ...

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Chemin de fer by Elizabeth Bishop Summary

Chemin de fer by Elizabeth Bishop Summary

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Elizabeth Bishop was born on 8th February 1911, in Worcester, Massachusetts. After her father died and her mother was put in a mental asylum when she was very young, Bishop was ...

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The Red Dress by Dorothy Parker Analysis

The Red Dress by Dorothy Parker Analysis

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Context: Dorothy Parker is a writer, critic, poet, screenwriter from America, who was famous in different countries for her screenplays and poetry. Her collection of poem has been ...

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The Red Dress by Dorothy Parker Summary

The Red Dress by Dorothy Parker Summary

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Dorothy Parker is an American poet, screenwriter, storywriter, and critic known for her eye on the 20th century urban foibles. She was a known personality in Hollywood for her ...

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