* Beautifully illustrated with images relating to Dickinson’s life and works
* Concise introductions to the poetry and other works
* For the first time in digital print, all 1775 poems by Dickinson
* Images of how the poetry books were first printed, giving your eReader a taste of the original texts
* Excellent formatting of the poems
* Special chronological and alphabetical contents tables for the poetry
* Easily locate the poems you want to read
* Includes Dickinson’s letters – spend hours exploring the poet’s literary life
* Scholarly ordering of texts into chronological order and literary genres
The Poetry Collections
POEMS : SERIES ONE
POEMS : SERIES TWO
POEMS : SERIES THREE
THE COMPLETE 1775 POEMS
LIST OF POEMS IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER
LIST OF POEMS IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER
THE LETTERS OF EMILY DICKINSON
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And then, excuse from pain;
And then, those little anodynes
That deaden suffering;
And then, to go to sleep;
And then, if it should be
The will of its Inquisitor,
The liberty to die.
Generally considered among the greatest American poets, Emily Dickinson has been read, studied, and admired by generations of literature students and poetry lovers. This modestly priced edition presents over 100 of her best-known and most-loved poems, reprinted from authoritative early editions. Unflinchingly honest, psychologically penetrating, and technically adventurous, the poems include such favorites as "The Chariot," "I taste a liquor never brewed," "The Snake," "I'm nobody, who are you?" "A Book," "There's a certain slant of light," "Hope," and many more.
This is the world’s best Emily Dickinson collection, including the most complete set of Dickinson’s works available plus many free bonus materials.
Emily Elizabeth Dickinson was an American poet. She lived a mostly introverted and reclusive life, thought of as an eccentric by the locals, known as the ‘Woman in White’ for a penchant for wearing white. Most of her friendships were therefore carried out by correspondence.
She was a prolific private poet, her poems are unique with short lines, using slant rhyme as well as
unconventional capitalization and punctuation. Many of her unforgettable poems deal with themes of life, love, death and immortality.
The ‘Must-Have’ Complete Collection
In this irresistible collection you get a full set of Emily Dickinson’s work, totaling more than 1000 poems. Plus a comprehensive biography so you can experience the life of the woman behind the words.
Life Of Emily Dickinson - Written specially for this collection.
The Poetical Works Including among many, many others:
“Because I could not stop for Death”
“A Bird came down the Walk”
“I’m Nobody! Who are you?”
“I Heard a Fly Buzz When I Died”
“There is a pain — so utter —”
“I taste a liquor never brewed”
“I like to see it lap the Miles”
“Hope” is the thing with feathers
The heart asks pleasure first
The rainbow never tells me
The White Heat
There is another sky
You cannot put a Fire out
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This is the best Dickinson collection you can get, so get it now and start enjoying and delving into Dickinson’s thought-provoking world like never before!
Electrifying poems of isolation, beauty, death and eternity from a reclusive genius and one of America's greatest writers.
One of 46 new books in the bestselling Little Black Classics series, to celebrate the first ever Penguin Classic in 1946. Each book gives readers a taste of the Classics' huge range and diversity, with works from around the world and across the centuries - including fables, decadence, heartbreak, tall tales, satire, ghosts, battles and elephants.
Emily Dickinson (1830-86) was born in Amherst, Massachusetts, the daughter of a lawyer and politician. Despite receiving a good education she returned home to Amherst, where she spent the rest of her life, writing more than a poem a day until her death. Her refusal to compromise her highly condensed expression, which meant that only a tiny fraction of her work was published in her lifetime, makes her seem startlingly modern today
Full-color facsimiles are accompanied by Marta L. Werner and Jen Bervin’s pioneering transcriptions of Dickinson’s handwriting. Their transcriptions allow us to read the texts, while the facsimiles let us see exactly what Dickinson wrote (the variant words, crossings-out, dashes, directional fields, spaces, columns, and overlapping planes). This fixed-layout ebook is an exact replica of the print edition, and requires a color screen to properly display the high-resolution images it contains. For this reason, Envelope Poems is not available on devices with e-ink screens, such as Kindle Paperwhite. We apologize for any inconvenience.
The Poetry of Emily Dickinson is a collection of pieces by 19th-century American poet Emily Dickinson, who insisted that her life of isolation gave her an introspective and deep connection with the world. As a result, her work parallels her life—misunderstood in its time, but full of depth and imagination, and covering such universal themes as nature, art, friendship, love, society, mortality, and more. During Dickinson’s lifetime, only seven of her poems were published, but after her death, her prolific writings were discovered and shared. With this volume, readers can dive into the now widely respected poetry of Emily Dickinson.
"The foreword is amazing. A lovely little anthology with some beautiful poetry by some very talented women." — From the Inside
In this soul-stirring collection of timeless verse, five legendary female poets address life's pains and sorrows as well as its joys and renewals. The poems appeal to the heart, providing companionship on the rugged path that all must tread. The roster features writers from ancient to modern times: Sappho, Emily Dickinson, Amy Lowell, Sara Teasdale, and Edna St. Vincent Millay.
As instapoets continue to make poetry more accessible and popular, they build on the tradition of intimate, confessional works built by earlier generations. No one is more prominent at this heritage than the mysterious, evocative fragments of Sappho, which inspired an earlier generation of female poets to let loose their own talent. From idiosyncratic Dickinson to the passionate, Pulitzer Prize–winning Lowell, the romanticism of Teasdale, and the intense art of St. Vincent Millay — yet another Pulitzer winner — these writers were early trailblazers in speaking their emotional truth through their craft.
This handsome volume features original illustrations by Claire Whitmore, a Foreword by poet and novelist Lisa Locascio, and brief biographies of all five poets.