Emily Dickinson: a collection of critical essays

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Richard Benson Sewall
Prentice-Hall, 1963 - Literary Criticism - 183 pages
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16 critical essays offering a reinforcement of Miss Dickinson's status as a great American lyricist

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McNeil attempts an understanding of Dickinson by casting a diverse net of critical theories. Specifically, Derrida's theory of "difference,'' de Man's on "the artist,'' and Freud's on primary words ... Read full review

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Capsule review: Some real gems, like "It struck me every day". I'll have to read more Dickinson. Read full review

Contents

INTRODUCTIONRichard B Sewall
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EMILY DICKINSON 1924Conrad Aiken
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EMILY DICKINSON 1932Allen Tate
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