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Anna Akhmatova Emily Dickinson

Question:
Emily wasn’t oppressed by a dictatorship nor in peril for her life because of her writing. In many ways, she
is the exact opposite of Anna–introverted reclusive and outspoken advocate. Can you see any similarities between
these two women’s life and their writing subjects? Compare/contrast, either way, as you see fit.
Emily Dickinson had no poems of consequence published under her name during her life and only a handful
anonymously published. Yet somehow we are still reading her. How did that happen? What does that say about
something universal in her work?

With Anna Akhmatova we have a voice of dissent during Stalin’s reign of USSR terror. She was not allowed to be
published during all those years, even committing some to memory for fear her work would be lost before her
repression lifted. It’s a mother’s cry over a lost son during Stalin’s reign. What does their existence say about
the personal power of the pen despite politics and a universal truth?

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