Emily dickinson "i am nobody! who are you?"
In this poem "I'm Nobody! Who are you?", Emily Dickinson is referring to "they" as people that have substantial standing, such as famous people. She speaks of "How dreary to be somebody... to tell your name the livelong day" I feel this shows a sense of reality. It seems as if "they" would live their lives showing themselves to other people. In a way, everything they do is for show, for others to see. I would rather be a nobody and sit and watch the "somebody's" run around showing themselves.
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- "Canterbury tales" by Geoffrey Chaucer
- Emily dickinson "i am nobody! who are you?"
- How people effect Pip and are effected by himre, in Great Expectations by Dickens
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