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  • 1. Amy Stephens Professor Owens ENG-1102 5 December 2010
  • 2. Emily Dickinson
  • 3.
    • She was a very strange person, but her works are what made her famous.
    • She isolated herself from the world and mostly wrote about her loneliness.
    Emily Dickinson’s poetry was extremely unique
  • 4. Emily’s room
  • 5.
    • She used slant rhyme in most of her work.
    • By using slant rhyme, she was able to add interest and tension to her poems.
    • Dickinson also put her punctuation and capitalization in odd places making the poetry more interesting to read.
    Emily Dickinson used a very experimental use of rhythm, rhyme, and punctuation in her poetry.
  • 6.
    • For example, in “Because I could not stop for Death,” she shows many specific ways in which Death resembles a person.
    Dickinson often used personification in her works
  • 7.
    • Dickinson used imagery to help paint a picture of the story she was telling in some of the poems she wrote.
    Emily Dickinson occasionally used imagery in her works
  • 8.
    • Most of Dickinson’s poems reflect her loneliness from shutting herself out from the world.
    • She believed that nature was her teacher, and she learned everything about life from it.
    • Even though she shut herself away from the world, she still did not want people to judge her because of it.
    Common Themes in Dickinson’s works
  • 9.
    • Dickinson said her poems were her letters to the world and she wanted to show what nature had taught her.
    • As she shared her thoughts to the world, she did not want people to think bad of her because of her decisions.
    • She mostly enclosed her poems in letters to friends and family.
    Another theme of Dickinson’s poems was the message behind them
  • 10.
    • She is one of the most unique poets from the early 1800s.
    • Her lifestyle and way of thinking were very interesting to learn about.
    • Her works matched her lifestyle perfectly because her way of writing was also very strange.
    Studying the life of Emily Dickinson is extremely beneficial
  • 11.
    • It is not always the best thing to conform to the world’s ways.
    • Dickinson’s writings have left many readers thinking to not always listen to the world and it’s ways, but to shut it away and make decisions by one’s self.
    Learning about Dickinson’s oneness with nature can teach a very valuable lesson
  • 12. THE END