Historical Context in A Narrow Fellow in the Grass
Historical Context Examples in A Narrow Fellow in the Grass:
A Narrow Fellow in the Grass
"I know, and they know me—..." See in text (A Narrow Fellow in the Grass)
This stanza illustrates the closeness Dickinson feels for nature in general, an important theme in her poetry that brings her into the circle of the Transcendentalists, who believed that Nature is, if not equal to God, almost as important as God.