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Emily Dickinson
Today, our topic is Emily Dickinson –the ingenious poetess born in wrong time. As we know, Dickinson wrote 1775 poems, but only seven of them published in her life time. She never approved of publishing her poems and requested her sister Lavinia to destroy all of her pomes. After Dickinson’s death, her sister, Lavinia, had Emily’s poetry published and then burnt the original copies, because that was her sister’s wish. So why she determined not to publish her works arouse our curiosity. Then the topic appears. Our group divided her poems into different topics and concentrated on assorted themes individually. For me, the theme is love with the poem ―Wild-Night, Wild-Night‖ and her interesting topic about celebrities with her famous poem ―I’m Nobody!‖ 1. All right, here comes my first topic, the theme of love and the poem 249. Here I want to mention that most of her poems are created with no title, just like our Song Ci or Song Poems. To understand her view of love, we’d better know her unrequited love story. She went to DC with her father, the congressman, because she had fallen in love with a married lawyer, who soon died of TB, the tuberculosis. Then she fell in love with another married man, a minister. Unfortunately but admittedly, it was also a barren love story. So we can assure that Dickinson’s view on love is apparently not the main stream. Read the poem, what can you feel? Sexual desire. The Ten Commandments: You shall not commit adultery. She is really a rebel. Current – pan-sexualism. Fraud. It was really pagan at the at puritans covered society. Dickinson’s work was original and sometimes idiosyncratic. ―Wild Nights-Wild-Nights‖ is in more than one respect a peculiar work on love. Sex and Nature. Confucius. 纥与颜氏女祷于尼丘野圌合而生孔子。" The erotic image is self-evident. Love is expressed in an unabashed manner. The boat and the sea as symbols of male and female lovers coalesce into wild consummated love. 2. Be cynical, or yearn for the unattainable life? Mavericks. Dramatic dialogue with first person. Mobs. This poem is her most famous and most playful defense of the kind of spiritual privacy she favored, implying that to be a Nobody is a luxury incomprehensible to the dreary Somebodies—for they are too busy keeping their names in circulation, croaking like frogs in a swamp in the summertime.


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