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The Complete Poems of Emily Dickinson by Emily Dickinson
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Jun 17, 2010

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Emily Dickinson,"The famous recluse dressed in white", frequently confronted with the theme of death, portrays the picture of the death scene so vividly in her poems and also a firm believer in the OTHER world after this one is highlighted in her famous poem, "The World is Not Conclusion:
The World is not conclusion
A sequel stands beyond"
Also her seclusion and her faith and firmness in her power of being recluse is reflected in her poems, specially in, "The Soul selects her own society"
Also a great read is her poem, " Because I could not stop for death so HE KINDLY Stood for me", is marvellous and depicts her desire for the life beyond death leading her to immortality.
A confessional poet, and the most sensitive of all the American poets or of all the literary poets, for that matter, is a great lyric poetess as well and the theme of death is expaciated and given a different vision by her perspective.
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