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John Vincler, "A Private Literature," The Paris Review
"Looking at manuscripts allows us to imagine, for a moment, the impossible utopia of a literature without the bureaucratic middleman of publishing. Should this be called a private literature?"
JohnVincler  EmilyDickinson  SusanHowe  RobertWalser  TheParisReview  handwriting  manuscripts  LiteraryCriticism  PersonalEssay 
january 2019 by briansholis
RT : To me, the two greatest women writing in English in the 19th century were both named Emily- and…
EmilyDickinson  from twitter
january 2018 by LibrariesVal
Winter afternoons
Dickinson’s poem sits in a folder in my head with Thomas Hardy’s “The Darkling Thrush” and “Neutral Tones” and Ted Berrigan’s “A Certain Slant of Sunlight.”
EmilyDickinson  poetry  TedBerrigan  weather  winter 
december 2017 by M.Leddy
Dickinson at the Morgan
I’m Nobody! Who are you? The Life and Poetry of Emily Dickinson.
EmilyDickinson  museum  poetry 
january 2017 by M.Leddy
The Lost Gardens of Emily Dickinson - The New York Times
“Have you made an herbarium yet?” she wrote to her friend Abiah Root. “I hope you will if you have not, it would be such a treasure to you.”
emilydickinson  newyorktimes  plantdaddy 
june 2016 by lundun
A Naked City Dickinson
The pulled-back hair, the little tie: this recluse’s appearance owes something to the famous daguerreotype.
EmilyDickinson  NakedCity  poetry  television 
march 2014 by M.Leddy

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