A critical analysis of gender roles in marriage in the poetry of Emily Dickinson. An in depth look at "I gave myself to Him" and "Title Divine is Mine" and the life of Emily Dickinson.
Nature can take on different roles in American literature. Here we see nature take on different roles in the works of "Daisy Miller", "The Storm" and in the poetry of Emily Dickinson.
A comparison between Shakespeare's sonnet 130, "My mistress' eyes are nothing like the sun" and Lord Byron's sonnet "She walks in beauty, like the night" and their theme of courtly love.
An analysis of "Safe in their alabaster chambers" poem by Emily Dickinson and a quick look at it's imagery and themes.
An analysis of the poem "I gave myself to him" by Emily Dickinson. Provides a small summary concerning the theme of marriage and a breakdown of each stanza.