Can you provide an explanation of Emily Dickinson's poem "I dwell in Possibility"?  

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In Emily Dickinson ’s “I dwell in Possibility,” she writes through a first person narrator who lives with the understanding that all things are possible. This seems a contradiction because Dickinson was considered a recluse. In this poem, she applies her imagination to describe and interpret...

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