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  1. The Gardens of Emily Dickinson by Judith Farr, 2005-10-31
  2. Selected Poems of Dickinson (Wordsworth Poetry) (Wordsworth Collection) by Emily Dickinson, 1998-04-01
  3. Emily Dickinson and the Problem of Others by Christopher Benfey, 1984-10
  4. Emily Dickinson and the Art of Belief (Library of Religious Biography Series) by Roger Lundin, 2004-02
  5. My Wars Are Laid Away in Books: The Life of Emily Dickinson (Modern Library Paperbacks) by Alfred Habegger, 2002-09-17
  6. Essential Dickinson (Essential Poets) by Emily Dickinson, 2006-03-01
  7. The Selected Poems of Emily Dickinson (Modern Library Classics) by Emily Dickinson, 2000-11-14
  8. Poems: Three Complete Series (mobi) by Emily Dickinson, 2008-08-20
  9. Emily Dickinson's Fascicles: Method & Meaning by Dorothy Huff Oberhaus, 1995-03-01
  10. Open Me Carefully: Emily Dickinson's Intimate Letters to Susan Huntington Dickinson
  11. Great Poets : Emily Dickinson by Emily Dickinson, 2008-02-05
  12. Dickinson's Misery: A Theory of Lyric Reading by Virginia Jackson, 2005-07-05
  13. Taking Off Emily Dickinson's Clothes by Billy Collins, 2000-01
  14. A Student's Guide To Emily Dickinson (Understanding Literature) by Audrey Borus, 2005-06

American actress/playwright/teacher Connie Clark has been performing and teaching as the brilliant 19th century American poet emily dickinson since 1981. In 1987 she added the extraordinary French actress Sarah Bernhardt to her soloperformance repertoire.
Connie Clark American actress/playwright/teacher Connie Clark has been performing and teaching as the brilliant 19th century American poet Emily Dickinson since 1981. In 1987 she added the extraordinary French actress Sarah Bernhardt to her solo-performance repertoire. Clark has performed as Dickinson and Bernhardt in the United States and in Europe, and in 1996 recorded 102 Dickinson poems, a cassette now in public and private libraries in the U.S., England, and South America. A sampling of past performances Connie Clark may be contacted at Stage Productions Performing Lectures Kindergarten-12th Grade Emily the life of Emily Dickinson Program Selections Emily Dickinson for K-12 ... Language Arts - County Audio Cassette Performances and Residencies Emily Dickinson - Selected Poems Links to related Web Sites

42. Marn's Big Adventure
The life and times of a woman who makes emily dickinson look like a party animal.
Wednesday, May. 26, 2004
Dear Diary: The daughter uses the Manic Panic line of hair colours. The fact that they proudly advertise that some of their shades Glow Under Black Light (italics theirs) pretty much conveys the fact that these are not your hair colours normally seen in nature. At Christmas she'd been using a red that I've christened Kool-Aid red, because it makes me think of the summer beverage of my youth. The combination of her height and the red beacon hair makes her easy to pick out of a crowd, so when the bus disgorged its passengers from Montreal on Saturday and I didn't see the beacon, I assumed she'd wasn't there. Then she turned around. She has a new colour. It involves blonde streaks and, uh, as I told the rest of the family, "She's decided to grow her hair out to it's natural purple." This is definitely an unexpected colour. The funny thing is that when I was young, old ladies had something that was very close to that colourthey used to dye their gray hair either a pale pink or a pale mauve. The only difference between the granny mauve of the 1950's and 1960's and my daughter's colour is the intensityhers is darker, but it's definitely in the same range. It looks lovely on her, too, because she has the spousal unit's gray-blue eyes and pale skin. But it's purple . Purple hair. Here in Quebec women of a certain age dye their hair. You will not see very much gray hair in this province. My hair is as much of a beacon as my daughter's is, truth be told.

43. Farrell, Christopher - Inclement Reality
Poetry, drawings, and a few articles. Includes authors such as emily dickinson and Edgar Allen Poe.
Chris Farrell Send a $2 donation to the following address, because I am such a great guy who hates to work for a living. 960 NW Hayes #7 Corvallis, OR 97330 writing and the world it entails and all the details of the moment working in and out of what seems distant and bound for another shore and in love with the moment, and the whirl of notes and the whirl of sentences, said and not said and the end notes of simple verbs and all that come on the in-between of the moment, and the skill of the cat-fu daring duo of shellfish and kebab! in every mountain as thus it so and the world spins on aimed thrivings and making up of worlds of the displacement of things and goings on and doings and the world of the drama and one-endedness and despair and of the moment replaced and dedacted. Nov 26, 2003 I'm too alone in the world, yet not alone enough to make each hour holy. I'm too small in the world, yet not small enough to be simply in your presence, like a thing just as it is. I want to know my own will and to move with it. And I want, in the hushed moments when the nameless draws near, to be among the wise ones or alone. I want to mirror your immensity. I want never to be too weak or too old to bear the heavy, lurching image of you. I want to unfolf. Let no place in me hold itself closed, for where I am closed, I am false. I want to stay clear in your sight. Nov 25, 2003

44. Emily Dickinson's Letters - 1891.10
RISKFREE Trial Issue! October 1891. emily dickinson s Letters. by Thomas Wentworth ink. The name was emily dickinson. Inclosed with
October 1891
Emily Dickinson's Letters
by Thomas Wentworth Higginson
F ew events in American literary history have been more curious than the sudden rise of Emily Dickinson into a posthumous fame only more accentuated by the utterly recluse character of her life and by her aversion to even a literary publicity. The lines which form a prelude to the published volume of her poems are the only ones that have come to light indicating even a temporary desire to come in contact with the great world of readers; she seems to have had no reference, in all the rest, to anything but her own thought and a few friends. But for her only sister it is very doubtful if her poems would ever have been printed at all; and when published, they were launched quietly and without any expectation of a wide audience; yet the outcome of it is that six editions of the volume have been sold within six months, a suddenness of success almost without a parallel in American literature. One result of this glare of publicity has been a constant and earnest demand by her readers for further information in regard to her; and I have decided with much reluctance to give some extracts from her early correspondence with one whom she always persisted in regardingwith very little ground for itas a literary counselor and confidant. It seems to be the opinion of those who have examined her accessible correspondence most widely, that no other letters bring us quite so intimately near to the peculiar quality and aroma of her nature; and it has been urged upon me very strongly that her readers have the right to know something more of this gifted and most interesting woman.

45. Tan, P. - Last Zenith
Personal poetry and a section devoted to wellknown poets such as E.E. Cummings and emily dickinson.

46. Poetry Pages - Emily Dickinson Undiscovered
Return to Poetry Pages. emily dickinson (Un)discovered. We re making Higginson s article about emily dickinson available here in its entirety.
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Emily Dickinson (Un)discovered
T HE ATLANTIC MONTHLY prides itself on its history of bringing new literary talents to lightnew authors featured in our pages just in the past fifty years have included Jane Smiley, Joyce Carol Oates, Joseph Heller, Truman Capote, Raymond Carver, Ann Beattie, Ethan Canin, Amy Tan, and Tobias Wolff. But early in its existence the magazine failed to recognize the potential of one of the most formidable American poets of the nineteenth century: Emily Dickinson. In the April, 1862, issue of The Atlantic Monthly there appeared a lengthy article titled "Letter to a Young Contributor," by Thomas Wentworth Higginson. Higginsonan eminent Bostonian known both as a literary critic and as an active abolitionistoffered advice to enthusiastic young writers. The Dickinson family subscribed to The Atlantic Monthly , and it seems likely that Emily would have read the article. Much of the letter touches upon themes that were crucial to Dickinson's project: in it Higginson described editors as "always hungering and thirsting after novelties" and receptive to "new or obscure contributors"; he remarked on "the magnificent mystery of words" and praised writing that can "palpitate and thrill with the mere fascination of the syllables"; and he extolled compression as a virtue"Oftentimes a word shall speak what accumulated volumes have labored in vain to utter; there may be years of crowded passion in a word, and half a life in a sentence."

47. Emily Dickinson Elementary School-Welcome
Staff directory, class pages, operating principles, demographics, student council, and campus features.
Emily Dickinson Elementary School
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48. Emily Dickinson
emily dickinson par cette idée d île
Avec amour, Emily
Emily Dickinson
(Christine Savinel, Le nouveau dictionnaire des auteurs
Extrait de le Monde , 22 mai 1998.
Austin Lavinia
En 1846 Jane Eyre Wuthering Heights et Agnes Grey
Kavanagh, de Longfellow.
Leaves of Grass , de Walt Whitman.
Entame une correspondance avec Samuel Bowles, directeur du Springfield Daily Republican et ami de la famille.
Master Letters
Seconde des Master Letters. avril 15 avril 1er mai Dramatis Personae , de Robert Browning. la demeure familiale Mort de Samuel Bowles. Mort de Charles Wadsworth. Thomas Niles, des Editions Roberts Brothers, presse Emily de publier. 14 novembre Publication des Lettres THE POEMS OF EMILY DICKINSON, Thomas H. Johnson, ed., Cambridge, Mass. : The Belknap Press of Harvard Univer-sity Press. THE COMPLETE POEMS OF EMILY DICKINSON, edited by Thomas H. Johnson, Little, Brown and Company, Boston. Letters of Emily Dickinson , 2 vols., ed. Mabel Loomis Todd, Roberts Brothers, Boston, 1894. The Life and Letters of Emily Dickinson , ed. Martha Dickinson Bianchi, Houhgton Mifflin, Boston, 1924.

49. Cultura E Ricerca Di Pensiero
La casa editrice Elysium di Roma si pone come luogo di partenza nella ricerca di se stesso. 'Elysium ¨ il luogo dove l'anima diventa forza, apre la porta ed inizia il cammino (da emily dickinson)'

50. Emily Dickinson (1830-86)
American Literature on the Web Resources in Japanese emily dickinson (183086). General Reources dickinson Electronic Archives (Univ.
Emily Dickinson (1830-86)

51. Dickinson, Emily (bio)
dickinson, emily (Elizabeth). (b. Dec. 10, 1830, Amherst, Mass., USd. May 15, 1886, Amherst), US lyric poet who has been called
Dickinson, Emily (Elizabeth)
(b. Dec. 10, 1830, Amherst, Mass., U.S.d. May 15, 1886, Amherst), U.S. lyric poet who has been called "the New England mystic" and who experimented with poetic rhythms and rhymes. Almost all her poetry was published posthumously. Click here for a fuller biographical profile. SEARCH POETRY HOME ENGLISH 88 READING LIST POETRY NEWS ... FILREIS HOME Document URL:
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52. Serena2001 - Emily Dickinson - La Vita, Le Poesie...
Raccolta di poesie e biografia a cura di un'appassionata.
Emily Dickinson La vita e le opere LE POESIE Non voglio assolutamente fare un "saggio critico" sulle poesie di Emily Dickinson, ma soltanto dirvi ciò che esse mi trasmettono... Le ho divise in gruppi... proprio a seconda di come io le ho "sentite"... LA LIBERTA' L'AMORE LA VITA Quella che mi ha colpito di piu' la metto qua... c'è scritto "uomo"... mi piace pensare invece che ci sia scritto persona/individuo... Temo un uomo di poche parole temo un uomo che tace l'arringatore - posso superarlo il chiacchierone - posso intrattenerlo - ma colui che pondera mentre gli altri spendono tutto ciò che hanno - di quest'uomo diffido temo c'egli sia un grande. Non sempre è vero... ma l'invito alla riflessione prima di parlare... serve, invece, sempre... Come sempre è vero che non bisogna fermarsi all'apparenza... ...infine...

53. Gedicht 1035 Von Emily Dickinson - Englisch Und Deutsch
Gedicht Nr. 1035 von emily dickinson auf Englisch und Deutsch.
Poetry index Übersetzungs-Index Lyrik-Index Emily Dickinson One of the few Emily Dickinson poems comprehensible at first sight / Eines der wenigen auf Anhieb verständlichen Gedichte von Emily Dickinson And you read your Emily Dickinson
and I my Robert Frost ...
Dangling Conversation Bee! I'm expecting you!
Was saying Yesterday
To Somebody you know
You'll get my Letter by
The seventeenth; Reply
Yours, Fly. c. 1865 Biene! Ich erwarte dich!
Sagte ich gestern
Zu jemand dir bekanntem,
Meinen Brief wirst du am Siebzehnten erhalten; antworte Deine Fliege. ca. 1865 Amerikanische Fassung aus The Complete Poems of Emily Dickinson, Edited by Thomas H. Johnson Poetry index Übersetzungs-Index Lyrik-Index

54. Dickinson, Emily
Comments/Inquiries ©New York University 19932004. dickinson, emily. On-Line Author Site. Sex, Female. National Origin, United States of America. Era, 19th Century.
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On-Line Author Site Sex Female National Origin United States of America Era 19th Century Born Died Annotated Works After great pain, a formal feeling comes Because I could not stop for death Death is like the insect The heart asks pleasure first ... Pain has an element of blank

55. The Allen House Inn
Victorian Inn Award Winning Historical Bed and Breakfast. Opposite the emily dickinson Homestead. Walk to Amherst College and the University of Massachusetts.
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56. Dickinson, Emily Much Madness Is Divinest Sense
Literature Annotations. dickinson, emily Much madness is divinest sense. Source, Collected Poems of emily dickinson. Editors, Mabel Loomis Todd TW Higginson.
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Dickinson, Emily Much madness is divinest sense
On-Line Text Genre Poem Keywords Individuality Mental Illness Rebellion Society Summary The narrator distinguishes between madness and sanity: the beliefs of the majority constitute sanity, whereas those who dissent are considered insane. Commentary For a modern, beautifully written, and absorbing elaboration of this idea, see Girl, Interrupted , an autobiographical account of psychiatric hospitalization, by Susanna Kaysen (Turtle Bay Books, Div. of Random House, New York, N.Y., 1993) (see this database). Source Collected Poems of Emily Dickinson Editors Publisher Avenal (New York) Edition Miscellaneous First published: 1890 Annotated by Aull, Felice

57. Emily Dickinson
Simple web site devoted to dickinson.
Emily Dickinson
I first read an Emily Dickinson poem when I was in elementary school. Ever since then, I've admired her work. Mostly because her poetry is fascinating, but also because she wasn't a paid poet. None of her poems were published during her lifetime due to their controversiality (during her day). They were her own private collection of her thoughts. Here are some of my favorites:
The Chariot
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58. Reader's Companion To American History - -DICKINSON, EMILY
dickinson, emily. (18301886), poet. During her lifetime, emily dickinson, though known to a few, hardly existed as a national figure.
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, poet. During her lifetime, Emily Dickinson, though known to a few, hardly existed as a national figure. Only ten of her poems found their way into print, all anonymously. There was a flurry of interest during the decade of the 1890s occasioned by the publication of three slim volumes of selections (1890, 1891, and 1896). But the editing during the next half-century was erratic and piecemeal. It was not until 1955 that her entire corpus of 1,775 poems appeared, carefully edited, with variants. The Letters followed (1958), giving, at last, adequate and reliable material for a just estimate of her work. The event, historic in our cultural history, gave rise to much reevaluation and intensified research. It continues unabated. Not that she had gone unnoticed till then. The flurry of the 1890s showed, among other things, a significant discrepancy between the popular appeal of her poetry, demonstrated by eleven reprintings of the first volume in a single year, and the cautious, mixed reception by the critics. The reviews, generally, recognized her originality and imaginative power but deplored her stylistic eccentricities—her approximate rhymes, jolting rhythms, strained syntax, bizarre imagery, symbol, metaphor. Her first reviewer (Arlo Bates), though sympathetic, called her poems "half barbaric." But it was just such qualities that attracted a new generation of poets—imagists, symbolists, metaphorists—in general, those who responded to a new voice and its capacity to refresh the language. She has been translated into at least six languages (including Japanese, which readily appropriates her often haiku-like manner), and studies of her life and work appear from all quarters of the globe.

59. Tradurre Emily Dickinson
Saggio di Marisa Bulgheroni che tratta della traduzione dall'inglese della poesia dell'autrice. (PDF)

60. Emily Dickinson
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No era la muerte

Naturaleza no es lo que vemos

Morir sin morir

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