How does Emily Dickinson treat death in her poem "Because I could not stop for Death"?
In the poem "Because I could not stop for Death," Dickinson treats death as a person. Giving human traits and qualities to nonhuman things and ideas is a common literary technique. It is called personification, and it is a main literary technique used in this poem.
In reality, death marks the end of a biological life. It is a moment. It does not...
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