only of Emily Dickinsona twofold nature. The more you use them in context, the more natural it will feel and the better your word-selection may become. Tell all the Truthbut tell it Slant. To what extent do you agree with this opinion?
In writing at allparticularly an unorthodox and original poetry like Dickinsonswomen have often felt in danger of losing their status as women. Start very slowly and clearly, enunciating each syllable: "Five flipp-ant French-men fly from France for fash-ions." Get faster and faster while maintaining clarity. I think it is a poem about possession by the daemon, about the dangers and risks of such possession if you are a woman, about the knowledge that power in a woman can seem destructive, and that you cannot live without the daemon once. We hope to find it each day, as the product of our life and of our career. The suggestions in this article should help you somewhat. Try keeping a list of useful, powerful words. Syll - a - ble. The one that worked, the one that didn't, and I want you to guess the winner. What concerns us here is the fact that she chose to probe the nature of this experience in language: The Soul has Bandaged moments When too appalled to stir She feels some ghastly Fright come up And stop to look at her Salute herwith long. I recognize the high hedge of cedars screening the house, because twenty-five years ago I walked there, even then drawn toward the spot, trying to peer over. 937) There are many more Emily Dickinsons than I have tried to call up here.
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