Which lines in this excerpt from emily dickinson's poem "dying" paint an...
i willed my keepsakes, signed away
what portion of me i
could make assignable, —and then
there interposed to come between things a fly,
with blue, uncertain, stumbling buzz,
between the light and me;
The lines in this excerpt from Emily Dickinson's poem "Dying" paint an unromantic picture of death is
With blue, uncertain, stumbling buzz,
Between the light and me;
The correct answer is "With blue, uncertain, stumbling buzz, Between the light and me". Emily Dickinson's poem "Dying" portraits the feeling of a person dying when she or he listens a fly buzzing. The lines "With blue, uncertain, stumbling buzz, Between the light and me" pictures an unromantic death because it only describes the presence of the insect flying around the dying person.
what is the passage
muir's use of diction creates a mood of urgency and fear. the highlighted words - difficult, difficult, force, crooked, struggling, tangled, fallen, fear, faint and hungry - come together to make you feel that the author is in danger. the imagery is clear so that it comes alive in your mind. diction can create a mood which can bring everything else together.
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