4 Answered Questions for the topic emily dickinson

05/03/19

Does "The Soul selects her own Society" by Emily Dickinson have a simile?

Here is the poem "The Soul selects her own Society" by Emily Dickinson. > The Soul selects her own Society — Then — shuts the Door — To her divine Majority — Present no more — > >... more

04/19/19

Meaning of "We make the wise distinction still, soever made in vain" in a poem by Dickinson?

[A poem](https://en.wikisource.org/wiki/We_send_the_Wave_to_find_the_Wave_%E2%80%94) by Emily Dickinson: > We send the Wave to find the Wave— An Errand so divine, The Messenger enamored... more

04/17/19

Meaning of "We make the wise distinction still, soever made in vain" in a poem by Dickinson?

[A poem](https://en.wikisource.org/wiki/We_send_the_Wave_to_find_the_Wave_%E2%80%94) by Emily Dickinson: > We send the Wave to find the Wave— An Errand so divine, The Messenger enamored... more

03/19/19

What does "in the Ring" mean in Because I could not stop for Death?

3rd stanza: > We passed the School, where Children strove > At Recess – **in the Ring** – > We passed the Fields of Gazing Grain – > We passed the Setting Sun – I've heard of... more

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