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How does whitman's attitude toward death in "song of myself" compare to
dickinson's attitude in "712: because i could not stop for death"?
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a. whitman views death as cruel and sad, while dickinson sees
death as a mystical force.
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b. whitman describes death as a relief from life, while dickinson
describes death as ruthless and unforgiving.
c. whitman sees death as a renewing the earth, while dickinson
views death as spiritual rebirth.
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d. whitman perceives death as an unexplainable phenomenon, while
dickinson believes that death can be explained.

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