Emily Dickinson: "My Life Had Stood-A Loaded Gun"
It comes as no surprise that the use and placement of words is incredibly important in the field of poetry. Through the use of metaphors and the assigning of words so specific places we are presented with images and often provided with powerful messages as well. With that in mind the following paper examines one of Emily Dickinson's poems, "My Life Had Stood-A Loaded Gun," in relationship to its language.
My Life Had Stood-A Loaded Gun
"Dickinson's...capitalized line, 'My Life had stood -- a Loaded Gun'" begins the poem that is filled with elements of language (Shoptaw). One…
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