Because I Could Not Stop For Death By Emily Dickinson

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Death is not the End
"The act of dying is one of the acts of life." That how Marcus Aurelius describes death. Whether people acknowledge it or not, most of humans fear death. Even though dying is a natural part of existence, death is not the end. In the poem, “because I could not stop for death,” Emilia Dickinson explains that death is an investable stage of unending human life. In addition, the story “because I could not stop for death”, by Steve Fischer discusses the influence of death in humans life, and it ability to decide the write time to take over humans’ life. Undoubtedly, there is similarity between the two fascinating literature pieces. The poem and the story represent the death as powerful and crucial force that decides to occur whenever it want.
In the poem “because I could not stop for death”, Dickinson illustrates that death is not something to be feared of since it is an inevitable part
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The title of Emilia Dickinson’s poem, “Because I Could not Stop for Death”, emphasizes the Inevitability and the strength of death. Dickinson clearly says that the speaker could not stop for death; in contrast, the death stopped for her. She writes, “Because I could not stop for Death,/He kindly stopped for me.” The death is inevitable, and patiently waits to take people to its new world. In fact, the death decides when it is going to take somebody’s life; No matter how much a person tries to resist death’s decision. The title “Because I Could not Stop for Death” applies also to the story, and it shares the poem’s same meaning. The father, in the short story, tries with all his power to save his son from falling downhill, but all the attempts do not help. His son survived just because the death decided that the child’s time does not come yet. Indeed, the title of both the poem and the story stress that no matter how close death comes, human beings will keep resisting it until their last

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