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Emily Dickinson was born on December 10 1830 Resembling her poetry her relationship to the world was restrained She has spend her entire life at home never married and developed a particular attention for death Through her poetry the reader found a particular concern for death Because I Could Not Stop for Death published in 1863 is one of Emilys poetry that discuss the departure of human beings to the other world Through a deep lecture the reader will discover wealthy meanings hidden in the tone the style and the different uses of the words In this poem Emily realizes that escaping from death is futile and the fair of death is baseless She realized but made also the reader share it The analyses that follow will help the poem-lover try to define and understand the different meaning of death At the beginning of the poem death is personified in terms of human characteristics In fact the fair developed by individual toward this mystical character has always been justified Death took through all cultures and religions the forms of a skeleton an old man who is repulsing never welcome and always feared In this poem Emily uses the personification of Death as a metaphor to make her reader accept the faired character Here Death is a gentleman maybe good looking The woman seems comfortable with him She is not scared The lady has kept herself too busy to remember death because I could not stop for death but he Kindly came by to take her The poem reader didnt assist to any confrontation between Death and his prey while most people will try to escape him she meet him with all the happiness to find someone that gentle The use of Carriage as their way of transportation the carriage held but just ourselves and the presence of this gentleman lead to a Romanesque walking We assist to another personification of death with the use
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