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Type: Artigo de Periódico
Title: Eccentricities in Emily Dickinson's Nature Poetry
Authors: Almeida, Maria Odirene Nogueira de
Keywords: Emily Dickinson's;Nature Poetry
Issue Date: 1986
Publisher: Revista de Letras
Citation: ALMEIDA, Maria Odirene Nogueira de. Eccentricities in Emily Dickinson's Nature Poetry. Rev. de Letras, Fortaleza, v. 11, n. 2, p. 195-202, jul./dez. 1986.
Abstract in Brazilian Portuguese: Nature providas subject matter and imagery in Emily Dickinson's poetry. However, her treatment of nature, in general, differs greatly from that used by her contemporaries. She was writing at the same time that Emerson, Thoreau, and Whitman were writing, but while these poets emphasize the importance of nature in man's life, the oneness of the individual with nature, she approaches the subject from an objective point of view, describing the beautiful as well as the ugly details of nature with a keenly observant eye, managing to C<Ãpture the essential qualities of the object she describes...
ISSN: 0101-8051
Access Rights: Acesso Aberto
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