Analysis of Emily Dickenson’s poem ‘My life closed twice before its close.’

A summary of a classic Dickinson poem ‘My life closed twice before its close’ is one of Emily Dickinson’s finest short poems. In just two quatrains, Dickinson ponders immortality and the concept of an afterlife by posing a first line which doubles up as a riddle. How can one’s life close twice before it … […]

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