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Because I Could Not Stop For Death In Emily Dickinson's Poems

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Emily Dickinson was a very quiet women who found in nature metaphors for the spirit. ”She wrote with the precision of a diamond cutter.” In Emily Dickinson 's two poems “I heard a Fly Buzz - When I died” and “Because I could not stop for Death” they talk about death. In “I heard a Fly Buzz - When I died” and “Because I could not stop for Death” by emily Dickinson are both similar and different. Both poems are similar in mood but different in tone. The mood of both tones is accepting. In both poems the speakers are ok with leaving this world. The tone of “Because I could not stop for Death” is nice and poliet. The tone of “I heard a Fly Buzz - When I died” is disappointed and annoyed. Because the speaker was expecting god and instead heard a
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