Emily Dickinson Review and Interpretation of Poems #449, #465, and #712
<Tab/>Emily Dickinson's poetry mostly reflects her feelings towards death and the projected events after death. As a poet, she was a very inward, and wrote about feelings that came from deeply within her--unlike other poets of her time whose societies were directly shown in their poetry (i.e.-Walt Whitman). Of course social and historical values shaped her personality, but in her poetry alone little can be derived about either the time period she lived in or the political and societal issues during her lifetime.
<Tab/>Emily Dickinson was a very…
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