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Originally I began researching Emily Dickinson not knowing what sort of angle I planned to use in doing a research paper Then I had an idea to create a piece of art and found that I wasnt the first to have this idea This idea of linking someone elses interpretation of what they wrote about and then expanding on it with the artists own seems to directly relate to the reasons for doing a research paper in my opinion Research papers are useful because they cause you to learn on your own and find information that you may apply in a useful way I believe that Emily Dickinson wrote in order to help herself deal with the world that she lived in which was made difficult by a nervous condition which kept her from a normal life With reference to Emily Dickinson the artist one cannot speak of misfortunes at all A sequence of internal conflicts to which they gave rise and the final psychotic breakdown all conspired in a unique way to make way to make of Emily Dickinson a great and prophetic poet Emily Dickinson psychic imbalance and eventual collapse allied themselves on the side of her genius Not at all one dimension only but in several Emily Dickinsons psychopathology was friendly to her creativity Magill 485 This lack of an ability to share her words led to a reclusive nature and perhaps a loneliness that comes through in her writing She demonstrates the uniqueness of her visual perception in her words It can be surmised that this might be a reason that she had so few photos or other likeness done in an age that was fascinated by photography Asked at age thirty-one to supply a photo of her Emily Dickinson replied could you believe me - without I had no portrait now but I am small like a wren and my hair is bold like the Chestnut Bur- and
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