A Textual Analysis Of Emily Dickinson’s Idea About Death In Her Selected Poems
Sianturi, Ester Shinta Paulin
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Death is a natural thing. It is a mysterious truth which also very sensitive topic to be discussed with others. Every living creatures will die. Even the death is natural thing, people still consider it as a cruel and unkind phenomenon. In general, the death of families, relatives, or friends will cause great pain for everyone. Everyone knows the price of every life is death, but most of us can not face it normally when death takes someone’s life. For some people, death is intimidating. Death is considered as inevitable ending that will bring sorrow after. People try so hard to stay alive, they pay lot of money to get a healthy life and escape death. Unfortunately, death also happens to healthy people. Death is unavoidable, undeniable and unmanageable.
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