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- Analysis of the poem Hope Is a Thing with feathers by Emily Dickinson?
That perches in the soul,
And sings the tune--without...
Dickinson is using metaphor of a small bird to carry her point that hope stays alive within us despite all of our troubles and, like a small bird that sings in the face of the strongest wind and most powerful storm, hope never asks for anything... Read More »
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