The poetry of Whitman and Dickinson

Discuss the poetry of Whitman and Dickinson in terms of form and meaning. Explain the forms used by each and  illustrate major concepts that were manifested in their poetry.
Use examples from any of their following works… at least 1 from each author…
WHITMAN’S: Stanzas 1, 6, 11, 34, or 52 of Song of Myself. Out of the Cradle Endlessly Rocking, When I heard  the Learn’d Astronomer, and The Would-Dress
DICKINSON: Success is Counted Sweetest, Wild Nights–Wild Nights, The soul selects her own society, Some keep
the Sabbath going to Church, A Bird came down the Walk, The Brain–is wider than the sky, I felt a funeral in
my Brain, After great pain, a formal feeling comes, There’s a certain Slant of light, The Bustle in a House,
Because I could not stop for Death, I heard a Fly buzz–when I died.
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