A Short Analysis of Emily Dickinson’s ‘The Night was wide, and furnished scant’ — Interesting Literature

‘The Night was wide, and furnished scant’: not one of Emily Dickinson’s most memorable opening lines, but it opens a curious poem which is worth closer analysis. The Night was wide, and furnished scant With but a single Star — That often as a Cloud it met — Blew out […]

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