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When Emily Dickinson Learned To Lunge - A Triggering Myth - The Remedy Of Abstraction (CD, Album)

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  5. 8 When Emily Dickinson Learned to Lunge 9 The Last Resort The Remedy of Abstraction is A Triggering Myth's 6th album - and what appears to be their last - is a dense affair, mixing progressive rock and atmospheric ECM type jazz together seamlessly/5(7).
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  8. Part I: I choose for Emily Dickinson, “I felt a funeral in my brain.” The reason I pick this particular poem and not the one everybody is picking is it is something different and even though it wasn't one list on the first page on the lesson tab it was still in the reading assignment. So, I choose this poem because I felt so much pain reading it. I understood what she was trying to say.

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