Emily Dickinson - The Poetry Of Emily Dickinson
A deeply personal collection of poetry, the raw emotion and mastery of Emily Dickinson's poems cannot be denied. Her unique style, with its short lines, unusual punctuation and succinct nature, is quite unlike anything else. Featuring a range of topics, from love and death to beauty, isolation and the nature of time, there is something for everyone in this selection of poetry from one of America's most accomplished writers.
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