Attempts to place Dickinson's works in their cultural context by exploring her attitudes toward death, romance, the afterlife, art, and nature.... of the enduring friendship between the two families.16 Mary Warnera#39;s scrapbook is a substantial volume, 12 inches in length and qK ... it was expressly designed for holding clippings and cutouts and was no makeshift affair of old ledgers or superannuated copybooks. ... United States and soon followed by an account of the passing of Mrs. Mary Atwood (aquot;The aged disciple has fallen asleep aquot;), who hadanbsp;...
|Title||:||Emily Dickinson and Her Culture|
|Author||:||Barton Levi St Armand|
|Publisher||:||CUP Archive - 1986-06-27|