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Essay heading: Because I Could Not Stop For Death
 
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Issue: Poetry & Poets
Written by: N. Telling
Date added: July 1, 2009
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Bibliography Works cited Dickinson, Emily. “Because I could not stop for Death.” The Compact Bedford Introduction to Literature. Ed. Michael Meyer. 4th ed. Boston: Bedford-St. Martin’s, 1997. 642-643. Greenaway, Kate. “Ring-a-ring-a-roses.” The Oxford Dictionary of Nursery Rhymes. Ed. Iona and Peter Opie...
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Bibliography Works cited Dickinson, Emily. “Because I could not stop for Death.” The Compact Bedford Introduction to Literature. Ed. Michael Meyer. 4th ed. Boston: Bedford-St. Martin’s, 1997. 642-643. Greenaway, Kate. “Ring-a-ring-a-roses.” The Oxford Dictionary of Nursery Rhymes. Ed. Iona and Peter Opie...
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