Analysis of her poem “Wild Nights Wild Nights” reveals subjectivity as another major characteristic of Emily Dickinson poetry.
Deep analysis of “I Heard a Fly Buzz When I Died” clears that the poet talks about the feelings of a person at the time when he meets death.
Analysis of Hope is the thing with Feathers by Emily Dickinson shows that hope costs nothing, hence, people do not understand its importance.
No sign of fear is there on Emily Dickinson face nor is it obvious from analysis of her poem “Because I could not Stop for Death”.
Characteristics of Emily Dickinson poetry are: unconventional themes, individualism, transcendentalism, spiritualism, realism and symbolism.