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Comment 12 of 105, added on January 30th, 2011 at 3:32 AM.
emily, sophies choice
To me, the way I interpret the poem, is as a eulegy! Sophies choice is the
next movie I will watch!
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Comment 11 of 105, added on June 3rd, 2010 at 1:17 AM.
A great and powerful ending to any movie, book or story is a rare treasure.
In my opinion there are only a handful of films that have what I would
call "great great endings". Sophie's Choice is one of them. A River Runs
Thru It is another. Sophies's Choice hits a perfect pitch of simple but
powerful words, thanks to Ms. Dickinson - great music and great
performances, all elegantly brought together at this deeply touching moment
in the film. It never fails to leave me silent, humble and in awe. It is
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Comment 10 of 105, added on November 27th, 2009 at 4:19 PM.
ample make this bed
a simple,powerful,beautiful poem which added to an already wonderful film.
even this sad,cynical man was moved. great poetry will always say more than
pop songs,and out last even the best of them.
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Comment 9 of 105, added on February 18th, 2009 at 9:11 PM.
For you on your hectic and busy days.
May this book ease your mind of life's crazy ways!
And don't forget to remember ...
We love you on this Mother's Day!
(And every day).
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Comment 8 of 105, added on September 13th, 2007 at 8:30 AM.
1955 was probably the date that the book was published. Collections of
poems by Emily Dickinson continue to be published even today. It doesn't
mean the she actually wrote the poem in 1955. For Pete's sake.
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Comment 7 of 105, added on December 27th, 2006 at 7:15 PM.
I also discovered this lovely poem from the book/film, Sophie's Choice. I
did not understand it at first - I tried to read too much into it...
however, Dickenson is very plain and direct so it should be read that
way... it was such a perfect way to end the tragic story.
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Comment 6 of 105, added on April 7th, 2006 at 11:33 AM.
"Ample Make This Bed" is one of thousands of poems written by Emily
Dickinson,during her lifetime (1830 - 1886. I am sure that the 1955 date is
a typographical error. The poem is at once heart - rending and demanding.
Dickinson insists that death, the dead and dying be acknowledged. She
reaffirms her belief in resurrection, new life, and hope for salvation on
"that great gettin' up morning!"
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