Emily Dickinson And Her Contemporaries: Women's Verse In America, 1820 1885
For many years, Emily Dickinson's cryptic verse was viewed as an isolated phenomenon, the poet herself an enigma whose motivations were shrouded in mystery. Eschewing such stereotypes, Elizabeth A. Petrino places the Belle of Amherst within the context of other 19th-century women poets and examines the feminist implications of their work. Enlisting contemporary magazines,...more
Published May 1st 1998 by University Press of New England
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