Analysis of As Imperceptibly As Grief by Emily Dickinson

English Literature

GCSE

Eduqas

7m 4s
Dickinson writes about the bittersweet feelings at the end of summer, as the days start shifting to autumn in her poem "As Imperceptibly As Grief". This podcast analyses the often complex language she uses, her interpretation of moving from summer to autumn and the structure and form of the poem, giving you the necessary insights for your GCSE English Literature exam.

Tutors:

Rebecca Kleanthous