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  1. The World of Emily Dickinson by Polly Longsworth, 1997-04-17
  2. A Spicing of Birds: Poems by Emily Dickinson (The Driftless Series) by Emily Dickinson, 2010-10-04
  3. Quieter than Sleep a modern mystery of Emily Dickinson by Joanne Dobson, 1998-08-03
  5. Poets Thinking: Pope, Whitman, Dickinson, Yeats by Helen Vendler, 2004-09-27
  6. Twelve Emily Dickinson Bookmarks by Emily Dickinson, 2003-09-04
  7. Selected Poems (Dover Thrift Editions) by Emily Dickinson, 1990-07-01
  8. Visiting Emily: Poems Inspired by the Life and Work of Emily Dickinson
  9. Emily by Michael Bedard, 2007-03-11
  10. Emily Dickinson: Self-Discipline in the Service of Art by Carl Rollyson, Lisa Paddock, 2009-01-16
  11. The Cambridge Introduction to EmilyDickinson (Cambridge Introductions to Literature) by Wendy Martin, 2007-03-19
  12. Poetry As Prayer, Emily Dickinson (The Poetry As Prayer Series) by John Delli-Carpini, 2002-05
  13. Emily Dickinson (Bloom's Modern Critical Views)
  14. The Letters of Emily Dickinson 1845-1886 by Emily Dickinson, 2010-03-15

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103. The Mysterious Woman In White: Emily Dickinson
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104. Emily Dickinson
emily dickinson was born in Amherst, Massachusetts, to a family well known for educational and political activity. Her father, an
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But could not make them fit. The thought behind, I strove to join
Unto the thought before -
But Sequence ravelled out of Sound
Like Balls - upon a Floor.
Emily Dickinson was born in Amherst, Massachusetts, to a family well known for educational and political activity. Her father, an orthodox Calvinist, was a lawyer and treasurer of Amherst College, and also served in Congress. She was educated at Amherst Academy (1834-47) and Mount Holyoke Female Seminary (1847-48). Around 1850 Dickinson started to write poems, first in fairly conventional style, but after ten years of practice she began to give room for experiments. Often written in the metre of hymns, her poems dealt not only with issues of death, faith and immortality, but with nature, domesticity, and the power and limits of language in transferring the feelings of ecstasy and terror into written text. From c. 1858 she assembled many of her poems in packets of 'fascicles', which she bound herself with needle and thread. A selection of these poems appeared in 1890.

105. Poems Letters Of Emily Dickinson, Emily Dickinson
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106. Dickinson, Emily Collected Volumes I And II
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107. Dickinson, Emily Elizabeth
dickinson, emily Elizabeth. US poet. She The first collection of her poetry, Poems by emily dickinson , was published in 1890. Born
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Or search the encyclopaedia: Dickinson, Emily Elizabeth US poet. She wrote most of her poetry between 1850 and the late 1860s and was particularly prolific during the Civil War years. She experimented with poetic rhythms, rhymes, and forms, as well as language and syntax. Her work is characterized by a wit and boldness that seem to contrast sharply with the reclusive life she led. Very few of her many short, mystical poems were published during her lifetime, and her work became well known only in the 20th century. The first collection of her poetry, Poems by Emily Dickinson , was published in 1890. Dickens
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108. A Emily Dickinson Biography: Terraformers(tm) Tombtown(tm)
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EMILY DICKINSON Emily Dickinson was born on December 10, 1830, in a New England where Puritanism was dying and literature was coming to life. Her birthplace was Amherst, a quiet village in the Connecticut Valley of Massachusetts, nearly a hundred miles from Concord and Cambridge in space, and at least half that number of years in time. Unpublished in her lifetime, unknown at her death in 1886, her poems, by chance and good fortune, reached, at last, the world to which they had been addressed. "If fame belonged to me" she had written in 1862, "I could not escape her; if she did not, the longest day would pass me on the chase, and the approbation of my dog would forsake me." From her family, Emily had love without understanding. Her father dominated the household. "His heart was pure and terrible" Emily wrote after his death in 1874, "and I think no other like it exists." Her gentle, colorless mother lived in his shadow. Austin, the only son, patterned himself on his father, but lacked the formidable self-righteousness of the old Puritan. Lavinia, crotchety and outspoken, was watchdog and protector of her shy, sensitive and sometimes rebellious sister. The family lived in a brick mansion set in spacious grounds on Amherst's main street and neither sister ever married. After two years at Amherst Acadamy and one at the Mount Holyoke Female Seminary, Emily Dickinson settled down to the customary life of a New England Village. Many years later a school friend remembered her as "Not beautiful, but she had great beauties." Her eyes were lovely auburn, soft and warm, her hair lay in rings of the same color all over her head, and her skin and teeth were fine. She had a demure manner which brightened easily into fun where she felt at home, but among strangers she was rather shy, silent and even deprecating. She was exquisitly neat and careful in her dress and always had flowers about her.

109. Dickinson, Emily (Litteraturnettet)
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110. Dickinson, Emily And Diddley, Bo: A Dictionary Of Global Culture
dickinson, emily and Diddley, Bo A Dictionary of Global Culture. Reviewed by Mark Francis. This enormous book (of 717 pages) is a
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This enormous book (of 717 pages) is a work of great ambition, in that it proposes to widen the scope of traditional encyclopedia to a global dimension for the first time. But it is also refreshingly modest, as it recognizes from the outset two fundamental problems for all dictionaries or encyclopedia—those of exhaustiveness and of representativeness. In the end, its editors’ only claim is to introduce the reader, "however haphazardly, to a few of the central ideas and objects in many of the world’s civilizations [which] is, we believe, a good beginning for our lifelong travel through the range of human cultures." One of the great pleasures of any compilation of information organized alphabetically, such as this, is the surreal juxtapositions which result. For example, we can find Dickinson, Emily (American poet and letter writer), Diddley, Bo (African-American rock and roll singer and guitarist), and Diderot, Denis (French encyclopedist, philosopher, novelist, dramatist and art critic) side by side on page 181. And the greatest value of an innovative approach is the quantity of new or arcane information which emerges. One of my favorite entries, for example, is on Severo Sarduy (b. 1936), the Cuban poet, novelist, critic and painter, which begins: "Sarduy is best known for his novel Cobra (1972), which describes the transvestite motorcycle gang, The Gasoline Girls, that Sarduy and art critic Roland Barthes formed, which drove around Paris committing semi-terrorist acts."

111. The Emily Dickinson Page
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Emily Elizabeth Dickinson Emily Elizabeth Dickinson was born on December 10, 1830 in Amherst, Massachusetts. She had an older brother, William, and a younger sister, Lavinia. "The New England Mystic," as she was sometimes called, spent most of her life at the family home in the middle of town. She was educated at Amherst Academy and Mount Holyoke College which was then a female seminary. Her grandfather was a founder of Amherst College, and her father was a respected member of the community who served for one term in the U.S. Congress. It is impossible to study American poetry and not include a thorough reading of Emily Dickinson. However, for more than sixty years after her death, her words of love for Kate Scott and Sue Gilbert were squelched by her family.
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Dickinson wrote more than 1800 poems, the majority of which were not discovered until after her death when her sister found the neatly organized collection in a dresser drawer. All but 24 of her works are untitled, and only ten were published in her lifetime. She is considered one of America's finest poets. "Garlands for Queens, may be -

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Emily Dickinson
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Variant Name(s): Emily Elizabeth Dickinson (full name)
Nationality: American
Career: Poet Atlantic Monthly, Thomas Wentworth Higginson, a man with whom Dickinson corresponded for many years about her poetry. Higginson, who professed to know exactly what made a good poem, managed to pass over 102 of the poems Dickinson sent to him over the course of their correspondence. He advised the Amherst poet to study her craft further, but never offered to publish one of the poems she sent to him. The Life of Emily Dickinson, College English A Young Lady of Amherst Some people are so connected with a place that it has become joined with their name. Henry David Thoreau and Walden Pond are one forever in literary history; the displaced Englishman, Raymond Chandler, had his Los Angeles. So it is for Emily Dickinson and Amherst, Massachusetts. Born December 10, 1830, she was the second of three children of Edward and Emily Dickinson. Named after her mother, young Emily grew up in the small farming town of Amherst, though her family was, as Ruth Miller noted in Dictionary of Literary Biography

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