Many poems are written about death. The two poets William Cullen Bryant and
Emily Dickinson were very influential trancendental writers. Bryant writing
Thanatopsis And Emily Dickinson's "Because I Could Not Stop for Death" are
basically more alike then than they are similar for the fact that there views on
Death are the same, but what happens to you after is what is disimiliar,although
Dickinsons and Bryants poems are very different as seen in specific detail. As
in both poems death is present, the way the two authors express it however is a
One of many things that is similar is the fact that both authors present
there poems in first person view,but the way they describe what happens to you
after death is what is very dissimilar. In the poem when she says "We passed
the school where children played ,We passed the the fields of blazing grain,"
shows her use of Idealisation of Nature.Bryants whole poem is Idealisation of
nature, by choosing but one sentence would be cutting the poem short.By both
authors using the same romantic element is just another example of how they are
Thanatopsis and Because i could not stop for ...
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