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  • ISBN: 9781587656958
  • ISBN: 1587656957
  • Physical Description: print
    vi, 400 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Publisher: Pasadena, Calif. : Salem Press, ©2011.

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Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (pages 381-384) and index.
"Works by Emily Dickinson": page 380.
Formatted Contents Note: CAREER, LIFE, AND INFLUENCE: On Emily Dickinson / J. Brooks Bouson -- Biography of Emily Dickinson / Gerhard Brand -- The Paris review perspective / Jascha Hoffman for The Paris review ; CRITICAL CONTEXT: Emily Dickinson and her culture / Elizabeth Petrino -- Major trends in Dickinson criticism / Fred D. White -- Dwelling in possibility: an introduction to Dickinson's poetics / Margaret H. Freeman -- The conscious corpse in Browning, Housman, and Dickinson / Matthew J. Bolton ; CRITICAL THINKING: Dickinson's local, global, and cosmic perspectives / Jane Donahue Eberwein -- Emily Dickinson thinking / Helen Vendler -- Trying to think with Emily Dickinson / Jed Deppman -- The ample word: immanence and authority in Dickinson's poetry / Joanne Feit Diehl -- The irresistible lure of repetition and Dickinson's poetics of analogy / Suzanne Juhasz -- Emily Dickinson: reclusion against itself / Shira Wolosky -- The back story: the Christian narrative and modernism in Emily Dickinson's poems / Nancy Mayer -- Dickinson's death-haunted earthly paradise / Patrick J. Keane -- "Often seen -- but seldom felt": Emily Dickinson's reluctant ecology of place / Christine Gerhardt -- Addresses to a divided nation: images of war in Emily Dickinson and Walt Whitman / Faith Barrett -- "The inner brand": Emily Dickinson, portraiture, and the narrative of liberal interiority / Sarah E. Blackwood ; RESOURCES: Chronology of Emily Dickinson's Life / Works by Emily Dickinson / Biography / About the Editor / About "The Paris Review" / Contributors / Acknowledgments / Index.
Summary, etc.: A collection of essays offers a diverse selection of criticism of Emily Dickinson.
Subject: Dickinson, Emily 1830-1886 Criticism and interpretation
Genre: Poetry.
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