About Emily Dickinson
Nationality : American
Date of Birth : 10 December, 1830
Birthplace: Amherst, United States
Death : 15 May, 1886
• She was one of the most eminent American poets from the
•Her poetry was heavily influenced by the Metaphysical poets of seventeenth-century England, as well as her reading of the Book of Revelation and her upbringing in a Puritan New England town.
•In her poem “A Day”, Dickinson, through the use of brilliant imageries and symbols, describes a beautiful day that leads the children from innocence to experience.
This pdf contains the exercises of chapter 1 of English chapter “A Day”. A Day– All Exercise Solved, Class -12, New Course – 2078
Emily Dickinson in her poem “A Day,” describes a beautiful day that brings the children from innocence to experience using brilliant imagery and symbols. Emily describes the sunset and sunrise as a village and the things in that village in this poem. However, the poem also portrays the difficulty in recognizing the world and environment around us. In the Poem, the speaker of the poem clearly describes how the sun rises, what happens after the sun rises, and how the sunsets. When the Sun first rises, its ribbon-like rays fall over the steeple of the church, transforming its color to amethyst. Sunrise’s news spreads as fast as the Squirrels can run. The dark hills are seen in the early morning light, and a small American bird, the bobolink, begins to sing. The warmth of the Sun makes all living things happy and pleasant. The speaker speaks to himself to be confirmed about the Sunrise with its lovely and magnificent beams. The poem is written in four different beautiful stanzas, each of them describing a beautiful day using various images and symbols. We can divide the poem into two parts: an eight-line segment describing the sunrise and an eight-line segment describing the speaker’s misunderstanding of the sunset.