By Martha Nell Smith
This significant other to America?s maximum lady poet showcases the variety and excellence that signify the thriving box of Dickinson studies.
- Covers biographical techniques of Dickinson, the old, political and cultural contexts of her paintings, and its serious reception over the years
- Considers matters on the subject of the various codecs within which Dickinson?s lyrics were released ? manuscript, print, halftone and electronic facsimile
- Provides incisive interventions into present serious discussions, in addition to establishing up clean components of severe inquiry
- Features new paintings being performed within the critique of nineteenth-century American poetry regularly, in addition to new paintings being performed in Dickinson studies
- Designed for use along the Dickinson digital data, a web source constructed during the last ten years
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Another family racked by poverty was that of English immigrant Richard Matthews, who replaced Holden in the stable by June 1854, possibly the first of a succession of white stablemen. Perhaps Dickinson “immortalizes” Matthews in this summer scene: ’Twas just this time, last year, I died. I know I heard the Corn, When I was carried by the Farms – It had the Tassels on – I thought how yellow it would look – When Richard went to mill – And then, I wanted to get out, But something held my will. (Excerpt FP 344, about summer 1862)4 Matthews may have stayed on staff for a decade or more with his wife Ann in a small house behind the Dickinson’s where they watched nine of their sixteen children die young.
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