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'A Murmur in the Trees - to note -' by Emily Dickinson - Poem Analysis

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Here’s a full analysis of the poem ‘A Murmur in the Trees - to note -’ by Emily Dickinson, tailored towards A Level students but also suitable for those studying at a higher level. Enjoy and feel free to leave feedback if you found it useful!

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POEM
VOCABULARY
STORY / SUMMARY
SPEAKER / VOICE
LANGUAGE FEATURES
STRUCTURE / FORM
CONTEXT
ATTITUDES
THEMES
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