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By Martha Nell Smith

This better half to America?s maximum lady poet showcases the range and excellence that signify the thriving box of Dickinson studies.

  • Covers biographical techniques of Dickinson, the historic, political and cultural contexts of her paintings, and its severe reception over the years
  • Considers concerns when it comes to the several codecs during which Dickinson?s lyrics were released ? manuscript, print, halftone and electronic facsimile
  • Provides incisive interventions into present serious discussions, in addition to starting up clean parts of severe inquiry
  • Features new paintings being performed within the critique of nineteenth-century American poetry normally, in addition to new paintings being performed in Dickinson studies
  • Designed for use along the Dickinson digital information, a web source built during the last ten years

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