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"I'll Tell You How the Sun Rose" - Complimented by Monet's "Soleil Levant."
 
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Emily Dickinson Poems - "After Great Pain," "Because I Could Not Stop for Death," and "Wild Nights"
 
I'll Tell You How the Sun Rose - analysis - Analysis of the Emily Dickinson poem, an image from Claude Monet which is also offered as a print for sale, quotations from artists and several web links on Dickinson and Monet.
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