5 edition of An Emily Dickinson encyclopedia found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -359) and indexes.
|Statement||edited by Jane Donahue Eberwein.|
|Contributions||Eberwein, Jane Donahue, 1943-|
|LC Classifications||PS1541.Z49 E47 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 395 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||395|
|LC Control Number||97039723|
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Emily Dickinson, in full Emily Elizabeth Dickinson, (born DecemAmherst, Massachusetts, U.S.—diedAmherst), American lyric poet who lived in seclusion and commanded a singular brilliance of style and integrity of vision.
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Some of its contributors are also found in the 'Encyclopedia,' but perhaps they weren't operating under quite the same by: This book provides the wider context necessary for a more complete understanding of Dickinson, presenting Dickinson's life and times as well as discussion of her poetry and letters.
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Read this book on Questia. Emily Dickinson's poetry has taken its place at the heart of the American literary canon, and readers now raise questions about the poet herself, the environment that sustained and challenged her, her artistic choices, and the implications of her poems.
Emily Dickinson is one of America’s greatest and most original poets of all time. She took definition as her province and challenged the existing definitions of poetry and the poet’s work. Like writers such as Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry David Thoreau, and Walt Whitman, she experimented with expression in order to free it from conventional restraints.
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An Emily Dickinson encyclopedia. [Jane Donahue Eberwein;] -- Provides informative entries on people important to Emily Dickinson, places and institutions familiar to her and aspects of 19th century New England culture. Emily Dickinson - Emily Dickinson - Mature career: In summerat the height of this period of obscure tension, Dickinson began assembling her An Emily Dickinson encyclopedia book.
She made clean copies of her poems on fine quality stationery and then sewed small bundles of these sheets together at the fold. Over the next seven years she created 40 such booklets and several unsewn sheaves, and altogether they.
While Emily Dickinson is one of the most widely studied American poets, some dimensions of her life and work are largely under-appreciated.
This book provides the wider context necessary for a more complete understanding of Dickinson, presenting Dickinson's life and times as well as discussion of her poetry and : ABC-CLIO.
The original Dickinson Electronic Archives was launched in and was regularly updated until We invite visitors to explore the DEA in its original form, where they can discover nearly 18 years worth of digital Dickinson archival and scholarly work.
Emily Dickinson. Poems by Emily Dickinson: 11 / «prev. poem. next poem» Comments about A Book by Emily Dickinson. Tamara Beryl Latham (10/13/ AM) A book, allowing us to travel the world without spending a penny.
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Books Go Search Best Sellers Gift Ideas New Releases Deals 3/5(1). “‘Hope’ Is the Thing with Feathers” has often been analyzed as one of the most famous examples of Dickinson’s “definition” poems.
David Porter, in a chapter of his book The Art of Emily Dickinson’s Early Poetry, refers to the poem as an example of a “word trick.” According to Porter, Dickinson of ten uses devices such as.
Dickinson, Emily, –86, American poet, b. Amherst, Mass. She is widely considered one of the greatest poets in American literature. Her unique, gemlike lyrics are distillations of profound feeling and original intellect that stand outside the mainstream of 19th-century American literature.
There is no Frigate like a Book. To take us Lands away. Nor any Coursers like a Page. Of prancing Poetry – This Traverse may the poorest take. Without oppress of Toll – How frugal is the Chariot. That bears the Human Soul – Emily Dickinson, "There is no Frigate like a Book" from ( The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press,).
Emily Dickinson was born on Decemin Amherst, Massachusetts. She attended Mount Holyoke Female Seminary in South Hadley, but only for one year. Her father, Edward Dickinson, was actively involved in state and national politics, serving in Congress for one term. Her brother, Austin, who attended law school and became an attorney.
Emily Dickinson was an American poet who, despite the fact that less than a dozen of her nearly eighteen hundred poems were published during her lifetime, is widely considered one of the most original and influential poets of the 19th century/5.
Emily Dickinson was a reclusive American poet. Unrecognized in her own time, Dickinson is known posthumously for her innovative use of form and : Get this from a library. All Things Dickinson: an Encyclopedia of Emily Dickinson's World.
[Wendy Martin;] -- "An exciting new reference work that illuminates the beliefs, customs, events, material culture, and institutions that made up Emily Dickinson's world, giving users a glance at both Dickinson's life.
This book provides the broader context important for a additional full understanding of Dickinson, presenting Dickinson's life and events along with dialogue of her poetry and letters. Prolific author and Dickinson expert Wendy Martin and fifty 9 contributors deal with the connection between Emily Dickinson's life and work and the larger world.
All Things Dickinson: An Encyclopedia of Emily Dickinson's An exciting new reference work that illuminates the beliefs, customs, events, material culture, and institutions that made up Emily Dickinson's world, giving users a glance at both Dickinson's life and times and the social history of America in the 19th Pages: This Complete Poems of Emily Dickinson, edited by Thomas H.
Johnson, is the definitive collection of one of America's most influential and well-loved poets. About the Author Emily Dickinson () was born in Amherst, Massachussetts, where she lived most of her life as a recluse, seldom leaving the house or receiving visitors/5().
Emily Dickinson (Decem - ) was an American poet who also wrote short stories. She is famous for writing many poems. Researchers know of almost 1, poems that she has written to this day. However, she published only a few of them while she was living.
I'm doing a project on Emily Dickinson for my 11th grade American Literature class, and i need to find a poem by Miss Emily Dickinson and then analyze it, i chose this poem, but i don't really understand it, so if anybody could please explain it to me and help me to better understand it, i would be extremely grateful.
Indexed and selectively illustrated with black and white photographs, this volume merits a place alongside An Emily Dickinson Encyclopedia and The Emily Dickinson Handbook, but is unique in offering readers the benefits of digital collaboration." (Emily.
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This is a kind and gentle, entry-level Emily Dickinson poem. While some of her other, stranger poems are way up there in the alpine meadows, this poem is like a nice, ambling walk up a grassy slope.
This book provides the wider context necessary for a more complete understanding of Dickinson, presenting Dickinson's life and times as well as discussion of her poetry and letters.
Prolific author and Dickinson expert Wendy Martin and other contributors address the relationship between Emily Dickinson's life and work and the larger world in which she lived. Buy a cheap copy of Selected Poems of Emily Dickinson book by Emily Dickinson. Over best-known, best-loved poems by one of America s foremost poets, reprinted from authoritative early editions.
The Snake, Hope, The Chariot, and many more, Free shipping over $/5(5). Selected Poems and Letters of Emily Dickinson; Together With Thomas Wentworth Higginson's Account of His Correspondence With the Poet and His Visit to dickinson, emily Published by.
Read this book on Questia. EMILY NORCROSS DICKINSON, named for her mother, was born Decemin Amherst, Massachusetts, in the old. Emily Dickinson Lexicon Project The Emily Dickinson Lexicon is an on-line dictionary of all of the words in Emily Dickinson’s collected poems (Johnson and Franklin editions), using Dickinson’s own Noah Webster’s American Dictionary of the English Language as the primary source for definitions.
The article on Emily Dickinson from Wikipedia: the free encyclopedia can be accessed on the free Web by clicking on the link in the above citation. The article includes biographical sections on Dickinson’s life, including information on family and teenage years and adulthood and seclusion, later life, and death.
The name Emily is a female given name. It comes from the Roman name is very popular in the English-speaking are many famous people with the name Emily It is also the name of a song on Joanna Newsom's album Ys.
The name has been used for Atlantic hurricanesRelated names: Amelia, Amelie, Emilia, Emilie, Emma. The Online Books Page.
Online Books by. Emily Dickinson (Dickinson, Emily, ) Online books about this author are available, as is a Wikipedia article. Dickinson, Emily,contrib.: American Poets: An Anthology of Contemporary Verse (Munich: K.
Wolff Verlag, c), ed. by Leonora Speyer, also contrib. by Conrad Aiken, Maxwell Bodenheim, Anna Hempstead Branch, Witter Bynner. Historical Context: Backround Information: The famous Emily Dikinson was regarded as a reclusive, and somewhat morbid poet. But more importantly, she was known for her unique use of syntax.
An Encyclopedia of Emily Dickinson's World. Author: Wendy Martin Ph.D.; Publisher: ABC-CLIO ISBN: Category: History Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» An exciting new reference work that illuminates the beliefs, customs, events, material culture, and institutions that made up Emily Dickinson's world, giving users a glance at both Dickinson's life and times and the social history.
The Emily Dickinson’s Lexicon, edited by Cynthia L. Hallen – This website helps illuminate Dickinson's word choice by examining the meanings recorded in Noah Webster's An American Dictionary of the English Language ( printing of ed.), which she used throughout her writing life, and also listing the usages of words in Emily.
Eberwein's book will be an attractive and useful addition to the libraries of Dickinson aficionados as well as to the collections of American literature expert. —ARBA. Endorsements. Lively and informative, well organized and full of pleasant surprises, the ^IEmily Dickinson Encyclopedia^R stands out for its range and depth of coverage.
Susan Huntington Gilbert Dickinson (Decem – ) was a writer, poet, traveler, and editor, as well as the sister-in-law of the American poet Emily in Old Deerfield, Massachusetts Susan was the youngest of six children, born to Thomas and Harriet Arms Gilbert.