2 edition of Emily Dickinson and the religious imagination found in the catalog.
Emily Dickinson and the religious imagination
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||PS1541.Z5 F74 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2011026301|
Gordon, Lyndall. It is only the morning after, but already there is the bustle of everyday activity. This difficult passage probably means that each person's achievement of immortality makes him part of God. Keane, Patrick J. She drew sustenance from new ideas, but sometimes found them shallow. In order to address these intertwined questions, Religion Around Emily Dickinson explores three different connotations of the phrase religion around.
If it is centuries since the body was deposited, then the soul is moving on without the body. From one perspective, how does the religion around Emily Dickinson help us to understand and appreciate her poetry? This new edition includes many new poems. Orthodox Protestantism in its Calvinistic guise was the major underpinning of nineteenth-century Amherst society, though it was undergoing shocks and assaults. Atlantic Highlands, NJ: Humanities,
John Rivers' dog. Leiter, Sharon. The last stanza implies that the carriage with driver and guest are still traveling. Once this dramatic irony is visible, one can see that the first stanza's characterization of God's rareness and man's grossness is ironic.
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England, Martha Winburn and John Sparrow. As a "pale reporter," she is weak from illness and able to give only a vague description of what lies beyond the seals of heaven.
In the first stanza, the death-room's stillness contrasts with a fly's buzz that the dying person hears, and Emily Dickinson and the religious imagination book tension pervading the scene is likened to the pauses within a storm. The volume received Emily Dickinson and the religious imagination book acclaim, prompting two additional series of poems, in andand an edition of letters in London, UK: Virago, Her treatment of nature blends into all of her subjects.
Dickinson: Strategies of Limitation. Emily Dickinson: A Biography. The forms had been created at many different times and, by the middle of the nineteenth century, had served many different purposes.
Cambridge and London: Harvard UP, Troy, NY: Whitson Publishing, Emily eventually sent her over three hundred letters, more than to any other correspondent, over the course of their relationship. Perthshire: Clunie Press, Sixty years ago, the literary historian R. Wilson, Raymond Jackson.
Nimble Believing: Dickinson and the Unknown. Creativity, whether in art or in religion, is culturally embedded without being culturally determined. New York: Penguin Books, Emily Dickinson uses diction a style and choice of words and imagery a description of a setting or image to paint a picture of splendor and simplicity.
Unlike household things, heart and love are not put away temporarily.Her first book, on Emily Dickinson and the Religious Imagination, explored the tensions and affinities between readings in poetry and readings in theology. She is currently writing a book about William Blake and America. This takes in literary and cultural reception and engages with questions about myth-making, politics and identity-formation.
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Emily Dickinson treats religious faith directly in the epigrammatic "'Faith' is a fine invention" (), whose four lines paradoxically maintain that faith is an acceptable invention when it is based on concrete perception, which suggests that it is merely a way of claiming that orderly or .Get pdf from a library!
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