Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Dialogue Between Emily Dickinson and Fredrick Douglass: Paper

Emily Dickinson: Good day Mr. Douglass, experience we met?\n\nFredrick Douglass: Good day to you as well as Mam, thank you for agreeing to gather up me, it is a great honor to join forces such a commonplace poetess, and it gives me great pleasure that you throw off given me the opportunity to see you in person, contending you do non entertain many an(prenominal) let alone a stranger.\n\nEmily Dickinson: Since you do not live in the vicinity, I indomitable to see, you, I admit much out of curiosity than anything else. I had al intimately forgotten what a colored man looked like.\n\nFredrick Douglass: I understand what you mean, I lease read some of your cultivate and it is nothing like what I have read before, in fact please bequeath me to say that your expositions on the lasting feelings and nature are precise illuminating. Especially your writings on the mundane things in life, like the rock and the bee, is very fascinating, and not only tha t the intensity and the foresight of emotions like grief joyousness and love in the poems cannot be compared.\n\nEmily Dickinson: (Surprised) Why Mr. Douglass, you know sort of a lot. I did not know my poetry was so popular, indeed, I did not know people liked what I wrote.\n\nFredrick Douglass: Well, thank you Mam.\n\nEmily Dickinson: I do not intend to be rude, but I am curious, tell me Mr. Douglass..\n\n \nSee in addition\n\n shew: Use of Swirls on Web Pages\nEssay: The most common method of transmitting of AIDS\nEssay: psychological Help\nEssay: The supposition of Brand Equity\nEssay: Shortfalls of Varner Company\n

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