If one traces Dickinson's life through her themes and poetry, one can see a repetition between two major themes, which are death, and religion. Theses themes develop such interest to the reader because she broke away from traditional forms of writing and wrote with an intense energy and complexity. While examining her life some, and reading "Safe in Their Alabaster Chambers" and "Because I Could Not Stop for Death" in a certain light, one can
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Emily Dickinson's views on death change from poem to poem depending on her mood. Dickinson was not as interested in detail, but rather circumference of the idea and how it affected her throughout her life. Her personnel experiences have made such in impact in her mind that she expresses it through her writings. Her poems and writings can be looked at in many different ways. She has proven that she is a free willed writer.