“Those who have been in the Grave” – By Emily Dickinson Those who have been in the Grave the longest- Those who begin Today- Equally perish from our Practise- Death is the other way- Food of the Bold

“Those who have been in the Grave”

– By Emily Dickinson

Those who have been in the Grave the longest-

Those who begin Today-

Equally perish from our Practise-

Death is the other way-

Food of the Bold did least attempt it-

It-is the White Exploit-

Once to achieve, annuls the power

Once to communicate-

You are writing a research paper about Emily Dickinson and her focus on death in her poetry. You want to prove that Dickinson felt more connected to the dead than to the living. Using the knowledge gained from Dickinson’s poem, which sentence from the essay by Carole Jenkins can you use to support the idea that Dickinson felt connected to death?

A) sentence 1

B) sentence 3

C) sentence 6

D) sentence 7

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