Representation of Death in Poems of Emily Dickinson and Robert Frost: A Stylistic Analysis Because I could not Stop for Death
Ayesha Ashraf

The focus of this research paper is to analyze two poems by Emily Dickinson and Robert Frost stylistically to trace the representation of death. Two poems because I could not stop for Death and A Soldier are selected for discussion. Certain aspects are covered while analyzing the poems through semantics, grammar, word choices, and phonology. Both the poems are based on universal theme of death. The present research is beneficial to get a thorough understanding of the structure and stylistics of the selected poems. Multiple stylistic devices are brought in to light as a result of this study. Moreover the present study focuses on the deep philosophy of the poets in a way to capture their identity.

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