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Emily Dickinson was an American poet who, despite the fact that less than a dozen of her nearly eighteen hundred poems were published during her lifetime, is widely considered one of the most original and influential poets of the 19th century.Dickinson was born to a successful family with strong community ties, she lived a mostly introverted and reclusive life After she studied at the Amherst Aca

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    Emily Dickinson Poems, Emily DickinsonEmily Elizabeth Dickinson December 10, 1830 May 15, 1886 was an American poet.I m nobody Who are you Are you nobody, too Then there s a pair of us don t tellThey d banish us, you know.How dreary to be somebody How public, like a frogTo tell your name the l...

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    Este poemario me vino perfecto para atravesar unos meses dif ciles donde realmente necesitaba volcarme en algo que no fuera prosa La poes a siempre me acompa a cuando las cosas se ponen turbias, y los poemas de Dickinson siempre me dieron refugio Seguramente relea mil veces m s este bel...

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    Sweet skepticism of the Heart That knows and does not know Sometimes there is only one place to go within, where the mind and body communicate poetically Those poets of her time, they stayed securely snuggled into their worlds, while she traversed the unbeaten paths around them, creating abstract spaces made tangible through musicality They stayed within their conformed art and hers elevated both the physical and mental, while she wrote from a house they deemed her prison, but one that would become this artist s fortress Shall I take thee, the Poet saidTo the propounded word She was aware of external standards but did not strive to adhere to them They wrote with one accord, while she created her own rules dashes to replace punctuation, incorrect spelling, melancholia refined through unique language and made beautiful on the page Shame is the shawl of PinkIn which we wrap the SoulTo keep it from infesting Eyes The elemental Veil She didn t marry, didn t do many of the things expected of a woman living in her century In fact it took a while for her art to be seriously recognized Still, she wrote She wrote to figure out the pain she lived with She wrote to conquer her fears She wrote to bring us introspection through the word And when she had no friends, when sh...

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    To die before one fears to die may be a boon Ho visto al cinema, sabato scorso il film A quiet Passion , che descrive la vita di Emily Dickinson.Ebbene, mi ha incantato Non solo il film a mio parere girato in modo meraviglioso per scenografia, musica, cast e dialoghi nonostante sia un film lento, tristissimo e probabilmente non per gli amanti del genere Star Wars raccorda la vita di Emily e la sua poesia in modo incredibilmente efficace e ha avuto l effetto di stimolarmi a leggere alcune delle sue poesie che avevo da anni in libreria.Ed scattato l a per tutti quei sentimenti che sono chiaramente espressi dietro le poche e precise parole che Emily ha usato.Quando sottolinea la sua intenzione di non essere famosa, perch esser famosi significa doversi comportare in accordo al proprio personaggio, come una rana nel pantano Io sono Nessuno Tu chi sei Sei Nessuno anche tu Allora siamo in due Non dirlo Potrebbero spargere la voce Che grande peso essere Qualcuno Cos volgare come una ranache gracida il tuo nome tutto giugno ad un pantano in estasi di lei O quando parla della m...

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    31They shut me up in Prose As when a little GirlThey put me in the ClosetBecause they liked me still Still Could themself have peeped And seen my Brain go round They might as wise have lodged a BirdFor Treason in the Pound Himself has but to willAnd easy as a StarAbolish his Captivity And laugh No have I I tried very hard to appreciate Emily Dickinson, in fact I read this collection of her poetry twice, but most of her poetry left me cold The vast majority of her poetry was not published until after her death in 1886 Her poems are mainly about flowers and death She numbered her poems rather than name them If this review seems clinical it s because I don t sense any real emotion in her poetry Emily was a recluse but she did have friends that she corresponded with regularly Some say that she suffered from agoraphobia She lived a very limited life, in my opinion.I m afraid that all I could ...

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    Como todas as minhas palavras de amor para Dickinson ser o rid culas obrigada lvaro de Campos , transcrevo as de Bloom e as Dela A for a da sua poesia indubit vel, como a da B blia, de Shakespeare, de Blake e de Whitman Apenas se ir tornar um desafio cada vez maior medida que passem os s culos Como Whitman, ela h de deter se algures, nossa espera Harold Bloom______________________________ Mostrei lhe Cumes que ela nunca vira Sobes , disse euEla disse N o Comigo disse eu Comigo Mostrei lhe Segredos o Ninho da Manh A Corda que as Noites estenderam E agora Convidas me a ficar Ela n o soube bem se dizer Sim E ent o, eu afrouxei a minha vida EPara ela, ali brilhou solene, a Luz,T o mais quanto mais longe a sua face Como podia ela, ainda, dizer N o ______________________________ A Dor tem um Elemento de Branco N o consegue lembrar O seu in cio ou se existiuUm tempo em que n o foi N o tem Futuro s em si O Sem Fim cont m O seu Passado pronto a discernirNovos Per odos de Dor _____________________________ Dizem que o Tempo acalma Nunca o ...

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    I ve read a fair bit of her poetry and all I can say is that it astounds me, seduces me, challenges me, enlightens me I can t lay claim to being any kind of expert but I love her vision, her way of seeing, her developing a highly idiosyncratic personal language that is informed by previous poetic tradition but that resolutely bends the no...

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    I found the words to every thoughtI ever had but One And that defies Me As a Hand did try to chalk the SunTo Races nurtured in the Dark How would your Own begin Can Blaze be shown in Cochineal Or Noon in Mazarin

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    I ve tried a few times to get into Dickinson s poetry I just don t get it or connect with it at all.

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    Questa non una vera e propria recensione, ma racconta le emozioni che questa raccolta mi ha regalato Le poesie, le parole di Emily Dickinson vanno gustate, assaporate e sorseggiate proprio come una tazza di t I suoi versi allietano il cuore e l anima regalando armonia Se ...

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