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Title: Realism and Romanticism in the Poetry of Emily Dickinson

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Subject: English
Author: Agustin L
Date: October 22, 2011
Level: University
Grade: A
Length: 4 / 1065
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Her rich imagination, focus on nature, and use of symbolism thus created a romantic mood in poems otherwise grounded in realism. Her poems "303" and "465" are both excellent examples of Emily Dickenson's intertwined use of realism and romanticism. A focus on nature presents itself as a crucial component of romanticism...

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In her poetry, Emily Dickinson takes simple, obvious aspects of the world around her and conveys them as very complex, using romantic language to disguise the inherent realism. To Emily Dickinson, "the general symbol of Nature is death (Larrabee 115)", which she speaks about in poem "465". "465" gives us a lament about being on a deathbed, while a fly buzzes about, and the persona slowly slips away into death...

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