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Emily Dickinson

  • RRP $19.50

Emily Dickinson is a book that introduces the reader to Emily Dickinson, her contextual influences - Puritanism and Transcendentalism - and her unique poetry. It attempts to evaluate the cultural significance of her work.

It contains a literary analysis of eight of her poems – Poem 66 ‘This is my letter to the world’, Poem 67 ‘I died for beauty’, Poem 82 ‘I had been hungry all these years’, Poem 83 ‘ I gave myself to him’, Poem 127 ‘A narrow fellow in the grass’, Poem 154 ‘A word dropped carelessly on a page’, Poem 161 ‘What mystery pervades a well’, and Poem 181 ‘The saddest noise, the sweetest noise’.

Target Audience
This book suits the readability level of senior secondary school students. It is written clearly and makes complex ideas accessible.

ISBN 9780987215574

Emily Dickinson - Table of Contents Emily Dickinson - Table of Contents (316 KB)

Emily Dickinson - Pages 24 and 25 Emily Dickinson - Pages 24 and 25 (319 KB)

Emily Dickinson - Pages 32 and 33 Emily Dickinson - Pages 32 and 33 (318 KB)

 

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