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Unformatted text preview: that you dont want to make blanket statements and conclusions, but maybe you can use stronger words so it doesnt seem like youre not sure what its supposed to mean. You end that paragraph with the fact that a wonderful can be open to interpretation for the reader. Maybe you should have given your input as to which interpretation was more appropriate or better argued because just ending on that doesnt really give the whole paragraph much closure. I understand that the ambiguity and multiple interpretations is supposed to strengthen your argument, but I dont think you can be somewhat sure that that was Emily dickinsons purpose. I think that is something you should definitely say is true by the last paragraph because for one, you proved that throughout the entire paper, and also if its not true then most of the arguments are bunk. In general though I think it is a very good paper....
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- Fall '10