I think what she’s saying in these lines is that society can provide a solitude of space, that in the sea of humanity, you can find the fact you can get lost in the crowd. to be alone amongst the many. Then there is the solitude of death, which is a removal from society entirely and the perpetual solitude of the grave… but such a state may lack awareness. So she says that all these types of solitude, when compared with that profounder site, “That polar privacy”, which is “A soul admitted to itself” — you’ll find a different kind of solitude… ne that possesses “Finite infinity.
” The key here is a “soul admitted to itself”…
Meaning when you allow your soul, your inner self, to look inside itself, to truly be “with” itself, you’ll understand the true nature of solitude, of being truly alone, without the illusion of being “with” any one or anything thing. Dickinson is being metaphysical here, dealing with a sense of solitude, whether from someone close to her dying, leaving, or simply ignoring what she thinks, says or does.
She deals with it by analyzing hat being alone is all about, and ends with the realization that we are all alone, and once we understand how alone we really are, will never feel alone when we’re amongst others and don’t have to be by ourselves, within ourselves, looking at that finite infinity of space we call the soul. This poem show forever-ness and finite infinity space. Themes in Dickinson’s poetry A few themes occupied the poet: love, nature, doubt and faith, suffering, death, immortality – these John Donne has called the great granite obsessions of
Humankind. Love, though she was lonely and isolated, Emily appears to have loved deeply; perhaps only those who have & quot, loved and lost and quot; can love, with an intensity and desire which can never be fulfilled in the reality of the lovers’ touch. Nature, A fascination with nature consumed Emily. She summed all her lyrics as and quote the simple news that nature told and quot. She loved and quot nature’s creatures and quote no matter how insignificant – the robin, the hummingbird, the bee, the butterfly, the rat.
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