Death and Immortality: the Everlasting Themes

Xiao-chuan REN

Abstract


The themes of death and eternity impenetrate most of Emily Dickinson's poems. This paper will analyze and appreciate one of her famous poems--- “Because I could not stop for death” to help readers achieve better understanding of the themes.
Key words: death; eternity; immortality

Résumé: La plupart des poèmes d’Emily Dickenson ont pour thème la mort et l'éternité. Dans cet article, nous allons analyser l’un de ses plus célèbres poèmes - Parce que je ne pouvais pas m’arrêter pour la mort à fin d’aider les lecteurs à mieux comprendre ce thème.
Mots-Clés: mort; éternité; immortalité

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.css.1923669720090505.012

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