In this Piece I Illustrate that Dickinson Wrote of Love, Life, and Death
Emily Dickinson is an everlasting female American poet. In the eyes of Thomas Higginson, Dickinson's poetry is written in an "unorthodox" style. Emily writes of Life, Love, and Death, but writes in such a way that it creates a vivid image. She is considered by some to have " an outwardly most uneventful life." (224). Although she was isolated, she was not blind to human nature. She was able to see the world around her for face value. Through her intellect, and her soul she lived a life richer than most.
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