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  2. Emily Dickinson - Poems, Quotes & Death - Biography

    Emily Dickinson was a reclusive American poet. Unrecognized in her own time, Dickinson is known posthumously for her innovative use of form and syntax. Updated: May 7, 2021

  3. A Timeline of Emily Dickinson’s Life and Legacy

    From late April to November, 1864, Emily Dickinson spends many months in Cambridge, Massachusetts for treatment of a severe, disabling eye condition. During these two months with Boston’s leading ophthalmologist, Dr. Henry Willard Williams, Dickinson lives with her cousins Louisa and Frances Norcross in Cambridge.

  4. The Ultimate Guide to the 15 Best Emily Dickinson Poems - Reedsy

    Scholar or child, Emily Dickinson is for us all. To help you get started reading this singular talent, we’ve assembled this guide to 15 of the best Emily Dickinson poems — arranged roughly in the order in which they were written. Keep in mind that this chronology is a matter of scholarly conjecture — this ever-mysterious poet didn’t ...

  5. Emily Dickinson 101 by The Editors | Poetry Foundation

    Emily Dickinson 101. Demystifying one of our greatest poets. By The Editors. Portrait by Sophie Herxheimer. Emily Dickinson published very few poems in her lifetime, and nearly 1,800 of her poems were discovered after her death, many of them neatly organized into small, hand-sewn booklets called fascicles.

  6. Biography of Emily Dickinson, American Poet - ThoughtCo

    Emily Dickinson (December 10, 1830–May 15, 1886) was an American poet best known for her eccentric personality and her frequent themes of death and mortality. Although she was a prolific writer, only a few of her poems were published during her lifetime.

  7. BiographyEmily Dickinson Museum

    Included here is information about the town where Dickinson lived, as well as essays about members of Dickinson’s family; important friends (including her dog Carlo); her impressive schooling; her loves of reading and of gardening; domestic life in the Dickinson household; Dickinson’s love life; her attitudes toward and experiences with religion...

  8. The Essential Emily Dickinson | National Endowment for the Arts

    The Essential Emily Dickinson —a compact anthology of poems, just 80 pages in length—is an inviting (re)introduction to the work of this celebrated, frank, passionate, sometimes playful, intensely private 19th century poet. Selected and introduced by the author Joyce Carol Oates, the collection presents more than 100 of Dickinson’s most ...

  9. Emily Dickinson and her growth as a poet | Britannica

    Emily Dickinson, (born Dec. 10, 1830, Amherst, Mass., U.S.—died May 15, 1886, Amherst), U.S. poet. Granddaughter of the cofounder of Amherst College and daughter of a respected lawyer and one-term congressman, Dickinson was educated at Amherst (Mass.) Academy and Mount Holyoke Female Seminary.

  10. List of Emily Dickinson poems - Wikipedia

    First edition of Poems by Emily Dickinson (1890) Emily Dickinson's poems, left in manuscript at her death in 1886, were only gradually published over the next seven decades. Proportion of Emily Dickinson's poetry published over time in the 7 Todd & Bianchi volumes, and the variorum editions of 1955 and 1998.

  11. Dickinson (TV Series 2019–2021) - IMDb

    Dickinson: Created by Alena Smith. With Hailee Steinfeld, Adrian Enscoe, Anna Baryshnikov, Jane Krakowski. Set in the 19th century, it explores the constraints of society, gender and family from the perspective of rebellious young poet, Emily Dickinson.