Emily Dickinson Tell All The Truth

301 Words2 Pages
Death is a common theme the written works of Emily Dickinson. Two of her poems which convey this are “Tell All the Truth But Tell it Slant” and “I died for Beauty - but was scarce”. “The Truth must dazzle gradually Or every man be blind --” this quote from the poem Tell All the Truth but Tell it Slant shows the idea that humanity can 't digest the truth all at once the truth must be told gradually otherwise people would want to deny it and would not accept the factual truth. “He questioned softly "Why I failed"? "For Beauty", I replied "And I — for Truth — Themself are One” this quote shows how a woman was buried next to a man she tells him she died for beauty and his response to this is that he died for truth he then goes on to explain

More about Emily Dickinson Tell All The Truth

Open Document