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  1. Emily Dickinson is a poet more than engaged. (Web site)
  2. Emily Dickinson was born in Amherst, Massachusetts, to a family well known for educational and political activity. (Web site)
  3. Emily Dickinson was a writer who writes about nature. (Web site)
  4. Emily Dickinson was born in a house known as The Homestead in Amherst, Massachusetts on December 10, 1830. (Web site)
  5. Emily Dickinson was born in Amherst, Massachusetts, to a prominent family well known for their political and educational influence.

Emily Dickinson

  1. Emily Dickinson's manuscripts are located in two primary collections: the Amherst College Library and the Houghton Library of Harvard University. (Web site)
  2. The publication of Thomas H. Johnson's 1955 edition of Emily Dickinson's poems -- gave readers a complete and accurate text.
  3. Sections include the "Emily Dickinson Writing a Poem" site, essays on Whitman and Dickinson, and facsimile reproductions of their manuscripts. (Web site)


  1. Emily Dickinson ( Amherst, Massachusetts, 10 dicembre 1830 - 15 maggio 1886) fu una poetessa statunitense. (Web site)
  2. Oggi, Emily Dickinson viene considerata non solo una dei poeti pi-- sensibili di tutti i tempi, ma anche una dei pi-- rappresentativi.
  3. Emily Dickinson, bibliography, notes, and links to information and all texts available on the web, information.
  4. The Manuscript Books of Emily Dickinson (Belknap Press, 1981) remains the only volume that keeps the order intact. (Web site)
  5. Sometimes Emily Dickinson sought encouragement and friendship -- from author and reformer Thomas Wentworth Higginson among others.


  1. Emily Dickinson's posthumous popularity at the turn of the century may have inspired one of her aunts, Kate Dickinson Sweetser, to become a writer. (Web site)
  2. Emily Dickinson Museum consists of two historic houses in the center of Amherst.
  3. Emily Dickinson lived quietly in Amherst, Massachusetts and wrote poetry for most of her adult life. (Web site)
  4. The authors of the two poems are Emily Dickinson and Walt Whitman. (Web site)
  5. Death and Emily Dickinson One of the great mysteries in life is death.


  1. Amherst has been the home of many writers, such as Robert Frost, Emily Dickinson, Robert Francis, and James Baldwin.
  2. Emily Dickinson: Why She Wrote the Way She Did Emily Dickinson was blessed with having a career of being a writer throughout her life. (Web site)


  1. Biography of Emily Dickinson and a searchable collection of works. (Web site)
  2. The collection also contains manuscript material featuring the work of Emily Dickinson. (Web site)


  1. Robert Weisbuch says, "Possibility is Emily Dickinson's synonym for poetry. (Web site)
  2. Weisbuch states that Emily Dickinson set out "to make words mean as much as they can" (13). (Web site)
  3. Weisbuch uses "I dwell" in the introduction to his book as an example of Emily Dickinson's unique vision. (Web site)
  4. In an article within the Emily Dickinson Handbook, Robert Weisbuch explains, "Her poems refuse to be confined to a single subject.

American Poets

  1. When you hear of popular American Poets usually the name Emily Dickinson comes to mind.
  2. Regardless of the critics- opinions, Emily Dickinson is a renowned American poet studied in all levels of literary education throughout the United States.


  1. Emily Dickinson wrote some 1800 poems in her lifetime and compiled them along with some of her letters in hand bound books. (Web site)
  2. During Emily Dickinson's lifetime she wrote letters that were sent to over 90 correspondents.
  3. Emily Dickinson biography Emily Dickinson biography Few of Emily Dickinson's poems were published during her lifetime. (Web site)


  1. The sexuality of Emily Dickinson is a topic of dispute; it has been argued that she may have been bisexual or lesbian.
  2. Curators at the Emily Dickinson Museum deny its authenticity.
  3. The Homestead was the birthplace and home of Emily Dickinson.
  4. Poems of Emily Dickinson was published in 1890, and other new editions of her work appeared over the following decades. (Web site)
  5. Though Emily Dickinson had written hundreds of poems, she never published a book of poetry.


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