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BC: Emily Dickinson's life

FC: Everything About Emily Dickinson | BY EMILY CAMARENA

1: Emily was born in December 10, 1830 and died on May 15, 1886. | Her home place was Amherst Massachusetts.

2: Her full name is Emily Elizabeth Dickinson. | She lived in the same place since she was born to when she died.

3: She died in Cambridge Massachusetts. | She died from the Bright's disease.

4: All men in Emily's family were politicians. | Emily's mom died in 1882 and her dad in 1874.

5: She lived in The Homestead which is a mansion. | President Abraham Lincoln went to her house once.

6: As a young woman Emily was a pretty and smart student. | She went to college in Massachusetts.

7: She was influenced by her religion when writing poetry. In the time she lived in, the religion issue was a big problem. She was Christian.

8: She fought with her disease for two and a half years. She was buried on West Cemetery Amherst Massachusetts.

9: Only two of her poems were published in her lifetime. | One day Lavinia Dickinson, Emily's sister found all of EMily's poems. By then Emily was dead.

10: She was well educated. She was a popular girl in school.

11: She wrote a poem about how she felt when she was going to die. | The poem is called " Because I Could Not Stop the Death.

12: She took choir in college. | She was a really bright person.

14: As a young girl Emily felt like a boy. | She wished she was the best little girl.

15: The book i read was Poetry For Young People -Emily Dickinson

16: Some of her poems are talking about what she did with her and and other things she did.

17: One of her poems for kids is I'm Nobody Who Are You? I read this poem when i was in 6th grade in front of everyone and i didn't know that it was her.

18: Her poems are like a meaningful thing. It was like if she was reading the poems to me.

19: Copy Statement | "This presentation contains copyrighted material used under the educational fair use exemption to U.S. copyright law." | (SImpson, 70)

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