Emily Dickinson's Collected Poems

References

Notes

  1. ^ D'Arienzo (2006)
  2. ^ Sources differ as to the number of poems that were published, but most put it between seven and ten.
  3. ^ a b McNeil (1986), 2.
  4. ^ a b Bloom (1999), 9
  5. ^ Ford (1966), 122
  6. ^ Sewall (1974), 321.
  7. ^ Sewall (1974), 17–18.
  8. ^ Sewall (1974), 337; Wolff (1986), 19–21.
  9. ^ Wolff (1986), 14.
  10. ^ Wolff (1986), 36.
  11. ^ Sewall (1974), 324.
  12. ^ Habegger (2001), 85.
  13. ^ a b Sewall (1974), 337.
  14. ^ Farr (2005), 1.
  15. ^ Sewall (1974), 335.
  16. ^ Wolff (1986), 45.
  17. ^ a b Habegger (2001), 129.
  18. ^ Sewall (1974) 322.
  19. ^ Johnson (1960), 302.
  20. ^ Habegger (2001). 142.
  21. ^ Sewall (1974), 342.
  22. ^ Habegger (2001), 148.
  23. ^ a b Wolff (1986), 77.
  24. ^ a b c Ford (1966), 18.
  25. ^ Habegger (2001), 172.
  26. ^ Ford (1966), 55.
  27. ^ Ford (1966), 47–48.
  28. ^ a b Habegger (2001), 168.
  29. ^ Ford (1966), 37.
  30. ^ Johnson (1960), 153.
  31. ^ Ford (1966), 46.
  32. ^ Sewall (1974), 368.
  33. ^ Sewall (1974), 358.
  34. ^ Habegger (2001), 211.
  35. ^ a b Pickard (1967), 19.
  36. ^ Habegger (2001), 213.
  37. ^ Habegger (2001), 216.
  38. ^ Sewall (1974), 401.
  39. ^ a b Habegger (2001), 221.
  40. ^ Habegger (2001), 218.
  41. ^ Knapp (1989), 59.
  42. ^ Sewall (1974), 683.
  43. ^ a b Habegger (2001), 226.
  44. ^ Sewall (1974), 700–701.
  45. ^ Sewall (1974), 340.
  46. ^ Sewall (1974), 341.
  47. ^ Martin (2002), 53.
  48. ^ Habegger (2001), 338.
  49. ^ Pickard (1967), 21.
  50. ^ Longenbach, James. (June 16, 2010.) "Ardor and the Abyss". The Nation. Retrieved June 29, 2010.
  51. ^ Sewall (1974), 444.
  52. ^ Sewall (1974), 447.
  53. ^ Habegger (2001), 330.
  54. ^ 'The World Is Not Acquainted With Us': A New Dickinson Daguerreotype?" Amherst College Archives and Special Collections Website. September 6, 2012.
  55. ^ Walsh (1971), 87.
  56. ^ a b c Habegger (2001). 342.
  57. ^ a b Habegger (2001), 353.
  58. ^ Sewall (1974), 463.
  59. ^ Sewall (1974), 473.
  60. ^ Habegger (2001), 376; McNeil (1986), 33.
  61. ^ Franklin (1998), 5
  62. ^ Ford (1966), 39.
  63. ^ Habegger (2001), 405.
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  67. ^ Johnson (1960), v.
  68. ^ Wolff (1986), 249–250.
  69. ^ Sewall (1974), 541.
  70. ^ Habegger (2001), 453.
  71. ^ Johnson (1960), vii.
  72. ^ Habegger (2001), 455.
  73. ^ Blake (1964), 45.
  74. ^ Habegger (2001), 456.
  75. ^ Sewall (1974), 554–555.
  76. ^ Wolff (1986), 254.
  77. ^ Wolff (1986), 188.
  78. ^ Wolff (1986), 188, 258.
  79. ^ Wilson (1986), 491.
  80. ^ Habegger (2001), 498.
  81. ^ Habegger (2001), 501; Murray (1996), 286–287.
  82. ^ Habegger (2001), 502; Murray (1996), 287.
  83. ^ Johnson (1960), 123–124.
  84. ^ Habegger (2001), 517.
  85. ^ Habegger (2001), 516.
  86. ^ Habegger (2001), 540.
  87. ^ Habegger (2001), 548.
  88. ^ Habegger (2001), 541.
  89. ^ a b Habegger (2001), 547.
  90. ^ Habegger (2001), 521.
  91. ^ Habegger (2001), 523.
  92. ^ Habegger (2001), 524.
  93. ^ a b c Farr (2005), 3–6.
  94. ^ Habegger (2001), 154.
  95. ^ a b c Parker, G9.
  96. ^ Habegger (2001), 562.
  97. ^ Habegger (2001), 566.
  98. ^ Habegger (2001), 569.
  99. ^ Johnson (1960), 661.
  100. ^ Habegger (2001: 587); Sewall (1974), 642.
  101. ^ Sewall (1974), 651.
  102. ^ Sewall (1974), 652.
  103. ^ Habegger (2001), 592; Sewall (1974), 653.
  104. ^ Habegger (2001), 591.
  105. ^ Habegger (2001), 597.
  106. ^ Habegger (2001), 604.
  107. ^ Walsh (1971), 26.
  108. ^ Habegger (2001), 612.
  109. ^ Habegger (2001), 607.
  110. ^ Habegger (2001), 615.
  111. ^ Habegger (2001), 623.
  112. ^ Habegger (2001), 625.
  113. ^ Wolff (1986), 534.
  114. ^ a b Habegger (2001), 627.
  115. ^ Habegger (2001), 622.
  116. ^ a b Wolff (1986), 535.
  117. ^ McNeil (1986), 33.
  118. ^ Habegger (2001), 389.
  119. ^ a b c d Ford (1966), 32.
  120. ^ Wolff (1986), 245.
  121. ^ Habegger (2001), 402–403.
  122. ^ Habegger (2001), 403.
  123. ^ a b Sewall (1974), 580–583.
  124. ^ a b c d Farr (1996), 3.
  125. ^ Pickard (1967), xv.
  126. ^ Wolff (1986), 6
  127. ^ a b Wolff (1986), 537.
  128. ^ McNeil (1986), 34; Blake (1964), 42.
  129. ^ Buckingham (1989), 194.
  130. ^ Grabher (1988), p. 243
  131. ^ Mitchell (2009), p. 75
  132. ^ Grabher (1988), p. 122
  133. ^ a b c Martin (2002), 17.
  134. ^ McNeil (1986), 35.
  135. ^ Habegger (2001), 628.
  136. ^ Ford (1966), 68.
  137. ^ a b Pickard (1967), 20.
  138. ^ a b Johnson (1960), viii.
  139. ^ a b Hecht (1996), 153–155.
  140. ^ Ford (1966), 63.
  141. ^ Wolff (1986), 186.
  142. ^ Crumbley (1997), 14.
  143. ^ Bloom (1998), 18.
  144. ^ Farr (1996), 13.
  145. ^ Wolff (1986), 171.
  146. ^ a b c d Farr (2005), 1–7.
  147. ^ a b c Farr (1996), 7–8.
  148. ^ a b c d Pollak (1996), 62–65.
  149. ^ a b c d Oberhaus (1996), 105–119
  150. ^ a b c Juhasz (1996), 130–140.
  151. ^ Blake (1964), 12.
  152. ^ Wolff (1986), 175.
  153. ^ Blake (1964), 28.
  154. ^ Blake (1964), 37.
  155. ^ Blake (1964), 55.
  156. ^ Blake (1964), vi.
  157. ^ Wells (1929), 243–259.
  158. ^ Blake (1964), 89.
  159. ^ Blake (1964), 202.
  160. ^ Grabher (1998), 358–359.
  161. ^ Blake (1964), 223.
  162. ^ Juhasz (1983), 1.
  163. ^ Juhasz (1983), 9.
  164. ^ Juhasz (1983), 10.
  165. ^ Martin (2002), 58
  166. ^ Comment (2001), 167.
  167. ^ Grabher (1998), p. 31
  168. ^ Martin (2002), 1.
  169. ^ Martin (2002), 2.
  170. ^ Blake (1964), 24.
  171. ^ Bloom (1994), 226
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Editions of poetry

  • Franklin, R. W. (ed). 1999. The Poems of Emily Dickinson. Cambridge: Belknap Press. ISBN 0-674-67624-6
  • Johnson, Thomas H. (ed). 1960. The Complete Poems of Emily Dickinson. Boston: Little, Brown & Co.

Secondary sources

  • Bianchi, Martha Dickinson. 1970. Emily Dickinson Face to Face: Unpublished Letters with Notes and Reminiscences. Hamden, Conn.: Archon Books.
  • Blake, Caesar R. (ed). 1964. The Recognition of Emily Dickinson: Selected Criticism Since 1890. Ed. Caesar R. Blake. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.
  • Bloom, Harold. 1999. Emily Dickinson. Broomall, PA: Chelsea House Publishers. ISBN 0-7910-5106-4.
  • Bloom, Harold. 1994. The Western Canon: The Books and School of the Ages. New York: Harcourt Brace.
  • Buckingham, Willis J. (ed). 1989. Emily Dickinson's Reception in the 1890s: A Documentary History. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press. ISBN 0-8229-3604-6.
  • Comment, Kristin M. 2001. "Dickinson's Bawdy: Shakespeare and Sexual Symbolism in Emily Dickinson's Writing to Susan Dickinson". Legacy. 18(2). pp. 167–181.
  • Crumbley, Paul. 1997. Inflections of the Pen: Dash and Voice in Emily Dickinson. Lexington: The University Press of Kentucky. ISBN 0-8131-1988-X.
  • D'Arienzo, Daria. 2006. "Looking at Emily", Amherst Magazine. Winter 2006. Retrieved June 23, 2009.
  • Farr, Judith (ed). 1996. Emily Dickinson: A Collection of Critical Essays. Prentice Hall International Paperback Editions. ISBN 978-0-13-033524-1.
  • Farr, Judith. 2005. The Gardens of Emily Dickinson. Cambridge, Massachusetts & London, England: Harvard University Press. ISBN 978-0-674-01829-7.
  • Ford, Thomas W. 1966. Heaven Beguiles the Tired: Death in the Poetry of Emily Dickinson. University of Alabama Press.
  • Franklin, R. W. 1998. The Master Letters of Emily Dickinson. University of Massachusetts Press. ISBN 1-55849-155-4.
  • Gordon, Lyndall. 2010. Lives Like Loaded Guns: Emily Dickinson and Her Family's Feuds. Viking. ISBN 978-0-670-02193-2.
  • Grabher, Gudrun, Roland Hagenbüchle and Cristanne Miller. 1998. The Emily Dickinson Handbook. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press.
  • Habegger, Alfred. 2001. My Wars Are Laid Away in Books: The Life of Emily Dickinson. New York: Random House. ISBN 978-0-679-44986-7.
  • Roland Hagenbüchle: Precision and Indeterminacy in the Poetry of Emily Dickinson, Emerson Society Quarterly, 1974
  • Hecht, Anthony. 1996. "The Riddles of Emily Dickinson" in Farr (1996) 149–162.
  • Juhasz, Suzanne (ed). 1983. Feminist Critics Read Emily Dickinson. Bloomington: Indiana University Press. ISBN 0-253-32170-0.
  • Juhasz, Suzanne. 1996. "The Landscape of the Spirit" in Farr (1996) 130–140.
  • Knapp, Bettina L. 1989. Emily Dickinson. New York: Continuum Publishing.
  • Martin, Wendy (ed). 2002. The Cambridge Companion to Emily Dickinson. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 0-521-00118-8.
  • McNeil, Helen. 1986. Emily Dickinson. London: Virago Press. ISBN 0-394-74766-6.
  • Mitchell, Domhnall Mitchell and Maria Stuart. 2009. The International Reception of Emily Dickinson. New York: Continuum. ISBN 0-8264-9715-2.
  • Murray, Aífe. 2010. Maid as Muse: How Domestic Servants Changed Emily Dickinson's Life and Language. University Press of New England. ISBN 978-1-58465-674-6.
  • Murray, Aífe. 1996. "Kitchen Table Poetics: Maid Margaret Maher and Her Poet Emily Dickinson," The Emily Dickinson Journal. 5(2). pp. 285–296.
  • Oberhaus, Dorothy Huff. 1996. " 'Tender pioneer': Emily Dickinson's Poems on the Life of Christ" in Farr (1996) 105–119.
  • Parker, Peter. 2007. "New Feet Within My Garden Go: Emily Dickinson's Herbarium", The Daily Telegraph, June 29, 2007. Retrieved January 18, 2008.
  • Pickard, John B. 1967. Emily Dickinson: An Introduction and Interpretation. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston.
  • Pollak, Vivian R. 1996. "Thirst and Starvation in Emily Dickinson's Poetry" in Farr (1996) 62–75.
  • Sewall, Richard B.. 1974. The Life of Emily Dickinson. New York: Farrar, Straus, and Giroux. ISBN 0-674-53080-2.
  • Smith, Martha Nell. 1992. Rowing in Eden: Rereading Emily Dickinson. Austin, Texas: University of Texas Press. ISBN 0-292-77666-7.
  • Stocks, Kenneth. 1988. Emily Dickinson and the Modern Consciousness: A Poet of Our Time. New York: St. Martin's Press.
  • Walsh, John Evangelist. 1971. The Hidden Life of Emily Dickinson. New York: Simon and Schuster.
  • Wells, Anna Mary. 1929. "Early Criticism of Emily Dickinson", American Literature, Vol. 1, No. 3. (November 1929).
  • Wilson, Edmund. 1962. Patriotic Gore: Studies in the Literature of the American Civil War. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux. ISBN 0-393-31256-9.
  • Wolff, Cynthia Griffin. 1986. Emily Dickinson. New York. Alfred A. Knopf. ISBN 0-394-54418-8.

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