The emphatic capitalization inspired British author AA Milne’s style in the Winnie the Pooh
From The House At Pooh Corner:
“I like that too,” said Christopher Robin, “but what I like doing best is Nothing."
"How do you do Nothing?” asked Pooh, after he had wondered for a long time.
“Well, it’s when people call out at you just as you’re going of to do it, What are you going to do, Christopher Robin, and you say, Oh nothing, and then you go and do it."
"Oh, I see,” said Pooh.
“This is the sort of thing that we’re doing right now.”…
The style is reminiscent of conventions in German typography (even though Emily was descended from English Puritans)
As with the unusual punctuation, Emily’s unusual capitalization was often omitted in contemporary editions of her work — including both poems published in the literary magazine The Republican as well as Todd’s posthumous editions of her work
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