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English Book Homework 12508

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English P5 1/24/08 English Book Homework pg. 358 Making Connections o Dickenson’s poems don’t follow the rules of capitalization and  punctuation to emphasize things she strongly wants to portray, and to  make parts of her poem stand out o The letter to the world symbolizes the message that she wants to be  well known o During a bird came down the walk Dickenson makes the observations  of:  She watches a bird land on the ground, eat a worm, drink the 
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Unformatted text preview: dew on the grass, become scared of a beetle, when his eyes move rapidly around and his ears perked up Dickenson decides to offer the bird a bread crumb slowly, and she doesn’t scare him Then the bird became relaxed, and his feathers went down o Dickenson’s poems are still proclaimed today, because people enjoy hearing about observations of nature and feelings of love. 25/01/2008 12:50:00 ← 25/01/2008 12:50:00...
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