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    • Emily Dickinson
      Her views upon death and mortality
    • Two popular poems about death
      Dickinsons two most popular poems about death were, “I felt a funeral in my brain and because I could not stop for death.”
    • Positive or negative
      Emily Dickson views upon death were positive
    • A private poet, that wrote about real life struggle and imagination
    • Two main poems about Death
      The two popular poems about death were, “I felt a funeral in my brain,” and “Because I could not stop for death.”
    • Who was special to her?
      Thomas Wentworth Higgins was a very special friend to Emily Dickinson whom she admired just as much as her poetry.
    • What poets did Dickinson admire?
      Emily Dickinson admired the work of Elizabeth Browning and John Keats.
    • Poetry Impact
      Emily Dickinson’s work has empowered previous generations and will continue throughout the years far beyond her death
    • Dickinson’s feelings upon poetry
      . Dickinson once stated herself, “If I read a book and it makes my body so cold no fire ever can warm me, I know that is poetry."
    • Victorian period of poets
      Dickinson was known as the best poet of the Victorian Period through her great imagination that intertwined death and nature togeather.