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Emily Dickinson, the dash, enjambment, slant rhyme

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Department
English
Course
E 270
Professor
Zachary Hutchins
Semester
Spring

Description
14 April Emily Dickinson 1848 – attending Mount Holy Oaks seminary Calvinist family First female institute for higher education Recluse – stayed in room and garden Lyric poet Personal (subjective) Limited, unified One subject/idea/image Brief Not narrative Abstract poetry, ways of thinking Modern poets Dash (punctuation) Create space to think Allow room for interpretation
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