"Dying" Term Paper by Writing Specialists

An analysis of Emily Dickinson's "Dying".
# 92371 | 870 words | 3 sources | MLA | 2007 | US
Published on Feb 19, 2007 in Literature (Poetry) , English (Analysis)

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This paper presents a detailed examination of the theme of loss and dying using the Emily Dickinson poem called "Dying". The writer examines the poem and its exploration of loss and death and explains why the poem has become a classic.

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"When one reads this stanza one can imagine the finality of death. One can almost visualize the body lying on the ground with a fly moving in before the body is cold and buzzing as it ascertains whether or not to land. It seems to dovetail with the stage of grief called depression. The author in this stanza does not seem to care what happens and is speaking about death in a matter of fact manner that can be heard in the mind's ear as a monotone."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • A Normal Life Process (Accessed 07-06-06)http://www.memorialhospital.org/library/general/stress-THE-3.html
  • Part Four: Time and Eternity (Accessed 07-06-06)http://www.bartleby.com/113/4027.html
  • Stages (Accessed 7-8-06)http://www.cancersurvivors.org/Coping/end%20term/stages.htm

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