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In Emily Dickinson's second poem "'Tis not that Dying hurts us", the nature element is brought out once again. "Tis living-hurts us more" alludes back to Bryant, although he wanted us not to fear death and enjoy life. In the poem Dickinson refers to "The Shivers" or birds which allude to nature and the outside world...
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She feels depressed though because she wants death so that someone will be kind to her and respects her, and compares the birds (nature) to her life. Many of Emily Dickinson's poems have Anti-Transcendental elements; although I believe the point of her poems refer to nature, her soul and goodness. In "The Bustle in a House" the title implies Transcendentalism, because the movement of the family in the house is good, even if it's after death...
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