The Analysis of Emily Dickinson’s Poems
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This paper is entitled TheAnalysis of Emily Dickinson’s Poems is about the three poems those are “I Am Nobody Who You Are”, “Why Do ILove You, Sir?” and “Hope is The Thing With Feathers”. The analysis of the poems relates to L.G. Alexander (1932). According to this theory, poetry has several elements, namely element of meaning, structure, sense, sound, and the types. The purpose of writing this paper is to analyze and to conclude the results of this analysis of three the poems uses the theory. This paper is written using library research and intrinsic approach to help analyze and to make a conclusions. The contrast structure are in the first and second poem. The illustration structures is in the third poem. The emotional poem is a poem which has a sense, it all in the second and third poem. Meanwhile, the poem which has not a sense called as simple poem. It is in the first poem. Every poem have different stanza. The first poem has one stanza, the second poems have four stanzas, and the third poem have three stanza. According to discussion, this three Emily’s poems are follows the Alexander’s theory and the meaningful of the poems are about the meaning of life.
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