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Posted March 23, 2013
This pocket book is easy to carry around and a fast read, howeve
This pocket book is easy to carry around and a fast read, however, it is very frustrating that the letters are not in chronological order. Instead, the letters are arranged by subject. Literally, in one chapter, you will read about her father's death, and ten pages later, in the next chapter, you will read about him living. They should have put the letters in chronological order.
Also, the book is censored randomly. While I understand the idea behind this, I find it frustrating as I am an English Major and was hoping to gain the true letters of Emily Dickinson in an unedited format to really grasp her character.
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