Emily Dickinson

NOUN
  1. United States poet noted for her mystical and unrhymed poems (1830-1886)
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  • She was still reading that Emily Dickinson book, her green eyes narrowed in concentration.
  • Emily Dickinson, a famous 19th century American poetess, enjoys equal popularity with Whitman and is conferred the pioneer of the 20th century English and American Imagist movement.
  • Intense though Emily Dickinson was, Emily had never experienced the spume and spray of arterial blood.
  • So the Dickinson camp - that is, in the second generation, carried on by Martha Dickinson, Emily Dickinson's niece - presented a sentimental image of a pathetic Emily Dickinson in a dimity apron who had been in love all her life with one master, one man, and had gone into seclusion because she couldn't have him. Biography Speculates Emily Dickinson Had Epilepsy
  • News at Eleven: The eight poems from Elizabeth Bishop, for example, start with two of the “Songs for a Colored Singer”, which turn up the volume of what follows; and Emily Dickinson takes on a blues rhythm, the dashes of her punctuation becoming a kind of hunh: Archive 2006-11-01
  • Emily Dickinson , a famous American poetess of the 19 th century, is a unique and unprecedented poet.
  • Intense though Emily Dickinson was, Emily had never experienced the spume and spray of arterial blood.
  • Emily Dickinson in this constellation is forever the lovelorn spinster, pining away in her father's mansion on Main Street in Amherst, Mass. Lance Mannion:
  • Emily Dickinson ( 1830 - 1886 ) was as famous a poet as Walt Whitman , who lived in the nineteenth century.
  • The matter-of-fact mordancy of Emily Dickinson, the supreme poet of grief, may provide more balm to the mourner than the glad tidings of those who talk about how death can enrich us. Archive 2010-01-01
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