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Emily Dickinson: Quintessential American Poet

Emily Dickinson: Quintessential American Poet

by Michael Timko
     
 
“When one thinks of Emily Dickinson, one thinks of just the two or three poems that are published in anthologies, but she deserves more recognition,” argues the author. “She is perhaps, next to Walt Whitman, the quintessential American poet.” Using Dickinson’s own words, Timko argues that the poet should be recognized for her entire

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“When one thinks of Emily Dickinson, one thinks of just the two or three poems that are published in anthologies, but she deserves more recognition,” argues the author. “She is perhaps, next to Walt Whitman, the quintessential American poet.” Using Dickinson’s own words, Timko argues that the poet should be recognized for her entire body of work, which consists of nearly 2,000 poems (only about a dozen of which were published before her death). Learn more about the iconic writer and her legacy in this article, made available by The World & I Online.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940014199056
Publisher:
The World & I Online
Publication date:
04/05/2012
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Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
9 KB

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