IOC Emily Dickinson study guide
Terms in this set (6)
A type of stone- representative of the dead in their tombs. It's dark all the time in their tombs
an allusion to christ's promise
spring/revival (giving life again)
*jab that they believed the promise that they will go to heaven but really they just lay in their dark tombs forever.
"Bee in a stolid Ear" (216)
hinting at a prayer.
Use of the word stolid makes it so that the prayer is potentially meaningless less because stolid mean still, foolish, stupid
God is not listening to their prayers
second stanza of 216 (original)
While the people are sleeping and waiting for the resurrection, christ goes on and so does life
Differences between the two versions of "Safe in their Alabaster Chambers"
Sleep v. Lie- the use of the word lie is much more permanent
the people in the alabaster chambers are small and meaningless compared to the
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