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These Strangers, in a foreign World Analysis



Author: Poetry of Emily Dickinson Type: Poetry Views: 230

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These Strangers, in a foreign World,

Protection asked of me-

Befriend them, lest Yourself in Heaven

Be found a Refugee-





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My analysis - these strangers that Dickonson talks about are refugees, possibly from a far away war. They seek your help, in this foreign world they've escaped to. The second line, I take, means that if the refugees ask for your help, you are to give them all that they might need, because of lines 3 and 4, where Dickonson expresses her belief of the golden rule - love thy neighbor as thy self. In lines 3 and 4, Emily expresses poetically how, if you were not kind to people who reach out their hands (even if not really refugees), that God himself will treat you the same. As in line 4, if you treat the strangers badly, you will find yourselves in their shoes infront of heaven, as refugees, when you wouldn't lend a helping hand.

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