Emily Dickinson's Collected Poems


Emily Dickinson's poetry has been translated to different languages including French, Spanish, Farsi, Kurdish, and Russian. A few examples of these translations are as follows:

  • The Queen of Bashful Violets, a Kurdish translation by Madeh Piryonesi published in 2016.[192][193][194]
  • French translation by Charlotte Melançon which includes 40 poems.[195]
  • Farsi translations: Three Farsi translations of Emily Dickinson are available from Saeed Saeedpoor, Madeh Piryonesi and Okhovat.[192][196]

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