Fame Is a Fickle Food by Emily Dickinson


Summary: Fame is a Fickle Food
is a poem stating fame is constantly changing but people still try to get it

Section One:
  • Fame is something that changes easily, particularly what is in interest
  • It will come once, but not the second time
Section Two:
  • The crows will look at the crumbs from the fame after it is gone, but the will not eat it
  • People will take fame even if it kills them
Other Notes:
  • Fame is not lasting, and people that chase after it will only get the crumbs and die from starvation

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