In Dickinson's Final Harvest, there are several themes throughout each of her poems. In the poems, "The Brain - is wider than the Sky-"(161) and "I felt a cleaving in my mind,"(not in the book) one main theme that is similar in both of these poems is the "mind." However, there is a contradiction. In the first poem, the speaker is saying that the mind is so big that it can "contain" such things as the sky and the ocean. In the second poem, the speaker is almost lost because she cannot collect her thoughts. The contradiction is that the mind can comprehend all things but th…
- Alternate ending for "The Giver" by Lois Lowry. Not quite as positive as the final chapter in the book.
- Final Harvest
- Seven page final paper analyzing and connecting Things Fall Apart, The Stranger, and Beloved together by use of theme, characterization, setting, conflict, and point of view.
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