\u201cMUCH Madness is divinest sense\u201d - Pineda Vazquez1 Ma English 5-6(H May 6,2015 \u201cIn this as all prevails.Assent and you are sane\u201d Emily Dickinson

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Pineda Vazquez1 Ma English 5-6(H) May 6,2015 “In this, as all, prevails.Assent, and you are sane”. Emily Dickinson has written many poems about her thoughts on marriage, society, and God. In the poem “MUCH Madness is divinest sense “Dickinson focus on inspiring people to not be afraid of being different, despite what society expects. In her work Dickinson uses Slant rhyme and tone to express how being different and being yourself is divine, she emphasize how society will dismiss anything you say as wrong if you’re not exactly like them, and she informs people that being different can result in society labeling you crazy, and dangerous because having a mind
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Pineda Vazquez2 of your own is powerful. Dickinson uses Slant Rhyme and tone to expresses how being different is divine. She states “Much Madness is divinest sense to a discerning eye.”Dickinson uses slant rhyme to express how “Madness” appear insane to a “Discerning eye”. She isn’t insane but she appears insane to others who can not understand or see her things with her perspective because she has a “divinest sense.”She uses word with a strong “s” sound like “MadneSS,divineSt, and SenSe” to express how being different is bad in the eyes of society. But she doesn't feel insane because she has a gift, a divine gift. Her gift allows her to have a different perspective from society because it's a God given gift to her. She’s
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