- (1830–86), US poet; full name Emily Elizabeth Dickinson. Her poems use an elliptical language and emphasize assonance and alliteration rather than rhyme. They reflect the struggles of her reclusive life. Although she wrote nearly 2,000 poems, only 7 were published during her lifetime.
- ph.(1830–86), American poet; full name Emily Elizabeth Dickinson. Her poems use an elliptical language, emphasizing assonance and alliteration rather than rhyme, reflecting the struggles of her reclusive life.
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...; And then, prodigious, step In this poem, Emily Dickinson compared train as a horse, which lap, lick, feed, and then step. This...
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After great pain, foermal feeling comes- The Nerves sit ceremonious, like Tombs- The stiff Heart questions, was it He, that bore, And Yesterday, or Centuries before? 在劇痛...