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harvardmagazine.com/2020/03/h2-emily-dickinson-museum

Nature, as The Gardens of Emily Dickinson, by Judith Farr, indicates, lent vitality and endless inspiration: one-third of Dickinson's poems, and half her letters, ...

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Jun 1, 2020 ... American journalist and Dickinson scholar Martha Ackmann spoke with Eleanor Wachtel about the remarkable life and legacy of the influential ...

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Apr 2, 2020 ... On the first day of my Emily Dickinson seminars I always ask students what they have heard about the poet. Usually, responses include that she ...

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Mar 8, 2017 ... Who was Emily Dickinson? A new exhibition in New York takes a closer look.

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May 27, 2010 ... In fact, Dickinson was better known as a gardener than as a poet. "She knew a great deal about plants, and she grew them very well," Long says.

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Dec 10, 2013 ... Emily Dickinson's Reputation Totally Shifted in 1955 · "Late Thaw of a Frozen Image" · Be the most · One explanation is to be f...

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Feb 28, 2017 ... Emily Dickinsonwas, in her lifetime, a little known and little published poet; what ... Here are the facts and trivia that people are buzzing about.

www.nytimes.com/2010/05/16/arts/design/16emily.html

May 16, 2010 ... The Gordon account of the Homestead as a hornet's nest of jealousies and resentments is accurate as to facts but operatic in its effects.