About the Book


The Big Read
Randy Gadikian, Director, Daniel A. Reed Library
State University of New York at Fredonia
Fredonia, NY 14063
Ph: 716-673-3181

About the Book:

 
The Poetry of Emily Dickinson
 
Emily Dickinson is not only one of the supreme lyric poets of American literature. She has also come to symbolize the purest kind of artistic vocation. Not merely unrecognized but virtually unpublished in her own lifetime, she developed her genius in the utmost privacy, invisible to all except a small circle of family and friends. Driven only by her own imagination, she created a body of work unsurpassed in its expressive originality, penetrating insight, and dark beauty.
 

 

Etexts:

 

Resources:

The Poetry of Emily Dickinson Reader's Guide

The Poetry of Emily Dickinson Teacher's Guide

The Poetry of Emily Dickinson Audio Guide features a program written and narrated by John Barr with poetry readings by Mary Jo Salter.

Emily Dickinson Museum 

Emily Dickinson via Poets.org

Emily Dickinson via Poetry Foundation

Emily Dickinson Archive makes high-resolution images of Dickinson’s surviving manuscripts available in open access, and provides readers with a website through which they can view images of manuscripts held in multiple libraries and archives.

Emily Dickinson’s Popularity With Composers: A Brief Essay by Kevin Michki

Dickinson Electronic Archive: A repository for the study of resources related to Emily Dickinson

 

 

 

 


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