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EMILY DICKINSON (Virago Pantheon Pioneers.)

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Emily Dickinson's Open Folios is a scholarly edition and aesthetic exploration of a group of forty late drafts and fragments hitherto known as the "Lord letters." The drafts are presented in facsimile form alongside typed transcriptions that reproduce as fully as possible the shock of script and startling array of visual details inscribed on the surfaces of the ...more
Paperback, 208 pages
Published August 12th 1986 by Pantheon
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mmm..a lot of really good points, disagreed a bit about her ideas about innate femininity :)
I learnt so much about her. Loved this book.
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