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Emily Dickinson-Journey through the Death

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Emily Dickinson 의 시 두 편, "Exultation is the going" "Because I could not stop for death" 에서 나타나는 Emily Dickinson 의 세계관과 죽음에 대한 시각을 분석하는 자료입니다. 각 시에 두드러지는 상징적 표현과 Capitalization 의 특징, 그리고 죽음에 대한 객관적 태도를 관찰하는 데 주목하였습니다.

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Generally speaking, most people have considered ‘death’ a subject of fear or fright. In a lot of literary works many authors have depicted and drawn death as negative images such as darkness, closure, despair, fear, anxiety and devil. Even though everybody should encounter death, the alive have some vague ideas of the death. Dickinson wrote almost eighteen hundreds poem, and two thirds of her poems deals death with importance and consequence.

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Joorahn, Kim. The Study of Emily Dickinson’s Mortuary Poems. Seoul: Sookmyung Women’s University,1988. 3. Print.
Joorahn, Kim. The Study of Emily Dickinson’s Mortuary Poems. Seoul: Sookmyung Women’s University,1988. 14-15. Print.
Joorahn, Kim. The Study of Emily Dickinson’s Mortuary Poems. Seoul: Sookmyung Women’s University,1988. 28. Print.
Joorahn, Kim. The Study of Emily Dickinson’s Mortuary Poems. Seoul: Sookmyung Women’s University,1988. 48-49. Print.
Miseon, Yoon. Emily Dickinson’s Aesthetics on Death and Immortality.Taejon: Chungnam National University, 1993. 19. Print.
Miseon, Yoon. Emily Dickinson’s Aesthetics on Death and Immortality.Taejon: Chungnam National University, 1993. 23-24. Print.
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