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Analysis Of Dickinson's "I Felt A Funeral In My Brain"
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....tionship between the body and the soul
during a time of mental anguish. The poet uses imagery to evoke the mind
in a state of mental shock.
This is a five stanza poem on the nature of mental anguish. The poet
conveys a sense of the mental pain which is torturing her by speaking of
the pain as if it were a funera....
Part 2 of Paper
....d by bringing
together images of sound and weight is suggested. She hears the mourners
as they lift the coffin and begin to move, and she feels their feet which
seem to be encased in lead.
In stanza four, the figure is continued in the sound of a tolling
bell. The heaven seems to have become a great bell which is ringin, and
all creation responds as though it were an ear. In the last two lines,
she introduces the images of a shipwreck. The poet personifies silence,
and says that it seem....
|Number of words: 439 - Approximate pages: 2
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