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*Includes all of Dickinsons poems. *Illustrated with pictures of Dickinson, her home, and her work. *Includes a Table of Contents linking to every poem. Like many writers of her day, Emily Dickinson (1830-1886) was a virtual unknown during her lifetime. After her death, however, when people discovered the incredible amount of poetry that she had written, Dickinson became celebrated as one of Americas greatest poets. Dickinson was notoriously introverted and mostly lived as a recluse, carrying out her friendships almost entirely by written letters. Her work was just as unique; her poetry is written with short lines, occasionally lacked titles, and often used slant rhyme and unconventional capitalization and punctuation. Only a few of her poems were published in her lifetime, but American schoolchildren across the country read her work today. This edition of Dickinsons Complete Poems is specially formatted with a Table of Contents and is illustrated with over a dozen pictures of her.

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