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Research Scholar An International Refereed e-Journal of Literary Explorations
Emily Dickinson, the very prominent American poetess, has appealed to poets and scholars of all persuasions from every decade of this century. It is because her poetry is like an ocean where one will surely get something worthwhile if he dares to dive deep into. Her rigorous intellectuality, her appreciation for definition and her sense of inevitability of the fact recommends her to an age dominated by science. In her finest poems one can see the paradoxical mixture of desire and reluctance, offatcat:unqraj7y5zfbdab5gr65o72pim