In Emily Dickinson's poetry, which help readers know to pause when reading and thereby help give the poems their rhythm? a. the dashes Dickinson uses b. the important words that Dickinson capitalizes c. the exclamation points that end each line d. Dickinson's long, complex words
Answer: A. the dashes Dickinson uses The dashes used by Dickinson in her poetry help readers to know when to pause when reading thus helping the readers to identify the rhythm of the poem. The dashes, most of the time are what Dickinson's used to punctuate the poems she make.
In Emily Dickinson's poetry, readers know when to pause while reading her poems and thereby help give the poems their rhythm through the important words that Dickinson capitalizes. The answer is letter B.