The Complete Poems of Emily Dickinson Character Descriptions

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Emily Dickinsonappears in Various Poems

This figure appears as a character in many of her own poems.

Godappears in Various Poems

In Poem 1624 the author portrays this figure as a character pleased with his creation. In Poem 576 the author charts her changing beliefs in this figure.

Jesusappears in Poems 85, 502

According to the Bible, this figure was born on earth as a man, grew up, and was crucified for the sins of the world.

Sirappears in Poem 32, 124, 729

Several of the poems are addressed to this figure with whom the author appears to have been in love.

Pontius Pilateappears in Poem 527

This is one of the governmental figures central in the crucifixion. His wife had a dream in which she was warned not to allow her husband to have anything to do with the crucifixion.

Adam and Eveappears in Poem 1

This is one of the couples the author writes about...

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