Emily Dickinson’s Concept Of God In Some Of Her Poems
Lasmeida Metriana Nababan
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This thesis deals with Emily Dickinson’s concept of God In Some of Her Poems. The purposes of the study is to analyze the poems based on her background and her attitudes. I am conducted by using a descriptive qualitative design to support this study, Emily Dickinson’s poems by Thomas Jhonson are used as the sources of the data, that is A Reflection of Emily Dickinson’s Concept About God is Invisble In What Is Paradise , I Never Saw a Moor, Those- dying then, There Comes an Hour When Begging Stops, Who were The Father and The Son, So Well That I Can Live Without, It's easy to invent a Life, God is Indeed A Jealous God, Over the Fence, In Some keep The Sabbath Going To Church, He fumbles at your spirit, In The heart asks pleasure first, Tis One by One the Father counts, Of God we ask one favor, God made a little Gentian, and some books which are related to the topic. The data needed to support the study were obtained by conducting a documentary technique. The analysis showed that Emily Dickinson’s concept of God about the doubt of God existence and it could be seen in Emily Dickinson’s life with all her problem in her life.
- SP - English Literature