The bustle in a house - Alexander Scourby, Nancy Wickwire - Golden Treasury Of American Verse (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Zoloran Reply
    The Bustle in a House, first published as 'Aftermath' in Dickinson's posthumous first collection, Poems by Emily Dickinson, in , was probably written in It is a ballad with two stanzas of four lines each, or two quatrains.
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  3. Tygorr Reply
    The Bustle in a House by Emily Dickinson. The bustle in a house The morning after death Is solemnest of industries Enacted upon earth, - The sweeping up the heart, And putting love away We shall not want to use again Until eternity.
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    The Bustle in a House is about a loved one passing away. Some people think that the poem is pretty literal since she was in a relationship with someone who died. But others think the poem is a metaphor for a break up. The break up, or death, was so tragic and heart breaking she says she could not handle love anymore until eternity.
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  8. Faull Reply
    “The Bustle in a House,” as in “I Heard a Fly Buzz,” poses large spiritual questions pertaining to mortality using modest, homely imagery—a deliberate and provocative juxtaposition. The first verb in the poem, “bustle,” has none of the grand solemnity associated with death and formal, ritualized mourning.

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