There's Been A Death In The Opposite House

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There's Been A Death In The Opposite House

Literary DevicesSimile: 'A window opens like a pod.'Metaphor: Dark parade = FuneralPersonification: House can't look numb.Imagery: 'rustle in and out.'Simile: 'It's easy as a sign.'

Historical/Cultural1800-1850 Gothic Period of American Literature. Goth is a sub-genre of Romanticism.

The Theme/MessageDeath is a natural occurence

Picture ConnectionThis is a picture of the poem writer's (Emily Dickinson) house. The connection is that this is the house she died in. This probably happened after she died too.

Poet BiographyEmily Elizabeth Dickinsen was an American poet and was born at December 10, 1830. She had nearly published 800 poems throught out her lifetime. She died of Bright's disease at the age of 55.

There's Been A Death In the Opposite House

By: Emily Dickinson



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