TITLE

Metaphor in Emily Dickinson's "A Bird came down the Walk"

PUB. DATE
March 2012
SOURCE
Metaphor in Emily Dickinson's A Bird Came Down the Walk;2012, p1
SOURCE TYPE
Lesson Plan
DOC. TYPE
Lesson Plan
ABSTRACT
A lesson plan is presented for secondary English and language arts courses wherein the students are asked to examine the various forms of figurative language, particularly metaphor, used in the nineteenth-century poem "A Bird came down the Walk" by Emily Dickinson.
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74075832

 

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