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Emily Dickinson . By Andrew N oland . Bio. (December 10, 1830 – May 15, 1886 ) Born in Amherst Massachusetts American poet Known for her reluctance to greet guests Later she would barely leave her room Was known to where white clothing Official cause of death Bright’s disease

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Emily dickinson

Emily Dickinson

By Andrew Noland


Emily dickinson

Bio

  • (December 10, 1830 – May 15, 1886)

  • Born in Amherst Massachusetts

  • American poet

  • Known for her reluctance to greet guests

  • Later she would barely leave her room

  • Was known to where white clothing

  • Official cause of death Bright’s disease

  • She was buried in a white coffin


Critics

Critics

  • Early critics if Dickinson during her life time paid little attention to her poetry. Upon the rediscovery of her poetry Conrad Aiken said quote “Perhaps the finest poetry by a woman in the English language”

  • Showing that although in her time few appreciated her poetry after her death she gained the much do fame she deserved.


The chariot

The Chariot

The Chariot isn’t about a real chariot per say. This poem is about the inevitable fate that will eventually find us all. The journey we must go on to reach the after life. How death isn’t as scary as we all may think.

The rhyme scheme is that the second and fourth lines in every stanza rhyme although the first and third do not.


Emily dickinson in song

Emily Dickinson in song

  • Release Date: 06/29/2004

  • Label: Gasparo Records Catalog #: 360 Spars Code: n/a

  • Composer: Richard Hundley, Jake Heggie, Lori Laitman, Ernst Bacon, James G. MacDermid,

  • Simon Sargon, Aaron Copland, Celius Dougherty, Libby Larsen,

  • Lee Hoiby, Russell Schulz-Widmar, Etta Parker, Richard Pearson Thomas,

  • John Woods Duke, Dan Edward Welcher, Martha Sullivan, William Jordan,

  • Gerald Ginsburg, Peter Askim, Leo Smit

  • Performer: Virginia Dupuy, Shields-Collins Bray, Tara Emerson, William Jordan

  • Number of Discs: 1

  • Recorded in: Stereo

  • Length: 1 Hours 2 Mins


The end

The end

  • This is the end of my power point

  • I really hope you liked it.

  • There wasn’t a lot of information but…….yeah…happy face


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