Knopf, 1986 - 641 Seiten
A brilliant literary biography of a great American poet, moving from the facts of Dickinson's daily life, her religious convictions, her education, relationships with family and friends, to a new, illuminating reading of her poetry. 16 pages of halftones.
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This is a dense, extended study of Dickinson's life and poetry, the first attempting this perilous joining since Thomas Johnson's Emily Dickinson (1955). Wolff, expanding on Tate ("New England Culture ... Vollständige Rezension lesen