Emily Dickinson Accomplishments

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Emily Dickinson was an original teenager who became a famous American poet in the 19th century. Her early impact involved the principal of Amherst Academy, Leonard Humphrey, and Benjamin Franklin Newton, who sent her a book of poetry. Throughout her life, she been writing poetry from ripped pieces of paper, to the back of an envelope. Overtime, she became very popular because of her leftover poetry that was handed over from her sister after her death. In two of her poems, she mentioned “sight”, which involves the vision she wished she’d had. There was once a hypothesis that Emily Dickinson’s vision was getting worst. In most of her poems, she used a metaphor to represent how she truly feels. Emily Dickinson walks through the dark and convinces

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