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Letters to the World
Reading the Poems
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action adjectives ambiguous American analogy appears assertion Attar audience begins biblical claims clauses compression conjunction context contrast coordinate conjunction creates dashes death Dick Dickinson writes Dickinson's language Dickinson's poems Dickinson's poetry difference disjunctive distills divine effect Elizabeth Bishop Emerson Emily Dickinson Essential Oils example experience expression feeling feminine feminist frequently fumbles function words gender God's grammar Higginson hypotactic hypotaxis implies indirect inson's interpretation Judith Fetterley letters Lindberg-Seyersted Loaded Gun logical mark masculine meaning metaphor metonymy multiple nature nineteenth-century nonrecoverable deletion nouns paratactic parataxis phrase pile like Thunder plural poem's poet poet's poetic polysyllabic present pronouns prose punctuation reader reference repeated repetition reveals rhyme Rose Sandra Gilbert Screws semantic sense sentence singular slanting soul speak speaker speech stanza structure style subjunctive subjunctive mood suggests syntactic syntactic doubling syntax tense thematic uninflected verbs University Press vocabulary voice woman women writers wrung
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