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A narrow Fellow in the Grass
A narrow Fellow in the Grass
by Emily Dickinson

A narrow Fellow in the Grass Summary

The speaker recalls walking through some grass and scaring a snake away. The speaker describes this in vivid and strange ways, and develops it into an extended metaphor. The snake reminds the speaker of meeting certain people that take his breath away.

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