The Soul selects her own Society annotations

“The Soul selects her own Society”-Emily Dickinson=metaphor Dickinson is the Soul
The Soul selects her own Society-=alliteration the S’s in Soul and selects/ consonance=Soul+ Society
Then-shuts the DoorTo her divine Majority-=slant rhyme-Majority and Society have close but not exactly the same sounds
Present no more-=end rhyme more and door have similar sounds
Unmoved-she notes the Chariots-pausingAt her low GateUnmoved-an Emperor be kneeling =assonance= e sound in be and kneeling
Upon her Mat-
I’ve known her-from an ample nationChoose oneThen-close the Valves of her attentionLike Stone-=simile her heart valves are compared to stone
“Much Madness” Find and label at least Five poetic devices in the following poem.
Much Madness is divinest SenseTo a discerning EyeMuch Sense- the starkest Madness‘Tis the Majority
In this, as All, prevailAssent-and you are saneDemur-you’re straightway dangerousAnd handled with a Chain-