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A Spider sewed at Night Analysis



Author: Poetry of Emily Dickinson Type: Poetry Views: 504

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A Spider sewed at Night

Without a Light

Upon an Arc of White.If Ruff it was of Dame

Or Shroud of Gnome

Himself himself inform.Of Immortality

His Strategy

Was Physiognomy.





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The spider is representative of the poet. The spider, like the poet, creates something from within itself for introspective purposes. The spider\' thread comes from within and creates an intricate web. Poets use feelings/thoughts to create poetry, and the verse the create can be telling of their \"souls\".

| Posted on 2012-12-09 | by a guest


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It would seem to represent the creative action of a poet. The Arc of White could be a blank sheet of paper and the second stanza reveals that the poem is able to "inform" the author of internal traits. The last stanza is puzzling, although it could represent the "immortality" of the written word.

| Posted on 2008-09-29 | by a guest


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This poem is about creation. The spider represents God. His "sewing" represents God's act of creating. The arc of white, in essence, represents God's empty pallet. He starts with nothing, a clean slate, and out of nothing he creates a masterpiece. The idea of the silk thread coming from within the spider is also parallel to the idea that God's power to create comes from within himself. "If Ruff it was of Dame Or Shroud of Gnome Himself himself inform" means that the outcome of His creations only He knows. The last stanza of the poem means that for all eternity God was devoted to the beautiful creations that he built out of practically nothing.

| Posted on 2005-04-06 | by Approved Guest




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