Loss Of Sight In Emily Dickinson's 'Before I Got My Eye Put Out'

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Emily Dickinson suffered lost of sight .She metaphorically used her tragedy and made it into poems of how she felt and how she got accustomed to losing her sight. In Before I Got My Eye Put Out Emily makes it seems as though it isn’t fair that she doesn’t have her sight and all other living things do. She uses metaphors to show the reader how unfair losing her sight was as well. Emily also wanted to show her readers how she accustomed to the losing her sight, metaphorically of course. In the poem We Grow Accustomed To The Dark Emily shows her readers what she had to go through while she was losing her sight as well as how she got through it. In Emily’s poem Before I Got My Eye Put Out she metaphorically tells her readers all of the
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