Emily Dickinson is revered as one of America's greatest and most original poets. Using primary source materials including the poet's own letters and poems, this book presents the life and art of Emily Dickinson to a new generation.
Table of Contents.
1: I’m Nobody! Who Are You?: 1830–1839.
2: I Am Growing Handsome Very Fast Indeed: 1840–1846.
3: I Cared Less For Religion Than Ever: 1847–1849.
4: My Life Was Made a Victim: 1850–1854.
5: I Can Love You Anew: Between the Lines.
6: I’ll Tell You What I See Today: 1855–1859.
7: The Mind Is So Near Itself: 1860–1863.
8: I Find Ecstasy in Living: 1864–1870.
9: I Confess That I Love Him: 1871–1880.
10: Blow Has Followed Blow: 1880–1890.
11: Tell All the Truth But Tell It Slant: 1890–2020.