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Wendy Barker, in her contribution to the Cambridge Companion to Emily Dickinson (9) sums up beautifully what I've been trying to explicate in the poems discussed in this essay.
Both her master's and doctoral dissertations are on Emily Dickinson and her poetry.
Esquinca ha sabido acercarnos a ese "pajaro/ de musica persistente/ como un molino vagabundo" que Emily Dickinson aprisiono en sus versos.
Emily Dickinson can thus be seen as part of a tradition.
I Told My Soul to Sing: Finding God with Emily Dickinson predominantly contains close readings of Dickinson's poetry interspersed with relevant insights into the poet's life as well as her historical and theological context.
D'Arcangelo is working on the third and final book in her Trouble with Emily Dickinson series.
You can't be from Amherst and not know about the Emily Dickinson Museum," she says of her decision to pursue the museum as a new volunteer opportunity.
jeweled moments in his 1930 memoir, Emily Dickinson, Friend and
The poetry of Emily Dickinson has long seemed to me one of the
She began her career with a love of Emily Dickinson, but she also loved lesser--known writers such as the diarist Susan Hale.
Brenda Wineapple's White Heat is not a traditional biography of Emily Dickinson or her friend, literary advisor and later editor, Thomas Wentworth Higginson.
Emily Dickinson herself gains from this new perception in Wineapple's lively, thoughtful and admirable book.