On the theme of renunciation in Emily Dickinson's love poems

Eberwein, Jane Donahue. "'The Wildest Word': The Habit of Renunciation." On the theme of renunciation in Emily Dickinson's love poems. In (1985) [no longer available online].

an edited version of Emily Dickinson’s poems was published by T ..

Emily Dickinson Biography - Famous Poets and Poems
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Emily Dickinson - Poems, Biography, Quotes

An encyclopedia-type article on Emily Dickinson. Also a selection of her most famous poems, recommended reading, and additional articles about her. .

Poems by Emily Dickinson, edited by Mabel Loomis Todd and T

In Emily Dickinson’s poem, “Some keep the Sabbath going to Church-“; the speaker conveys her faith and devotion in God by communing with nature, therefore creating her own church at home.

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A short biographical introduction to Dickinson, with text for some of her best known poems. Additional articles on Dickinson: Also, a poet writing on the poet, . .

As Imperceptibly as Grief, Emily Dickinson

This 5 page paper argues that the poems, A Noiseless Patient Spider by Walt Whitman and A Spider Sewed At Night by Emily Dickinson are both nature poems that employ allusion and repetition to compare the spider with the soul of the writer.

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Hendrickson, Paula. "Dickinson and the Process of Death." On one specific subcategory of Dickinson's poems about death. 77 (1991) [no longer available online].

Emily Dickinson | Poetry Foundation

Article from the 1891 magazine, written by her friend and "discoverer," Thomas Wentworth Higginson. "Few events in American literary history have been more curious than the sudden rise of Emily Dickinson into a posthumous fame only more accentuated by the utterly recluse character of her life and by her aversion to even a literary publicity."

12/03/2010 · Welcome to the site of Emily Dickinson

This 5 page paper argues that the poem, After Great Pain A Formal Feeling Comes, by Emily Dickinson, brings the reader to a place where the imaging and artful use of language provide a foundation for personal thought and insight concerning death and the process of death.

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ed. Karen Ford. Excerpts of literary criticism from scholarly authorities on Dickinson. Includes a biography of Emily Dickinson and individual discussion of the many of her most famous poems. at Univ. of Illinois.