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Beauty And Truth In Emily Dickinson's X. Died For Beauty

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A plethora deem the necessity to be remembered for something after death and that one will be forever remembered. Some people donate their entire lives to a cause or charity, but in the end is it really worth it? “X. Died for Beauty” by Emily Dickinson, represents that what one lives for and eventually died because is not preeminent in the end. Spending one’s entire life solely on one thing will eventually be the end of ourselves. “Beauty” and “truth” are “scarce”, but are “brethren”. Finding a person is truly beautiful inside and outside is as rare finding out the truth. Beauty and truth are related to the fact that one should be true to themselves. The “moss had reached our lips” and “cover[ed] our names”. The greenery around the tombstone
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