All Things Dickinson : An Encyclopedia of Emily Dickinson''s WorldMaterial type: TextSeries: All Things: Publisher: Santa Barbara : ABC-CLIO, 2014Description: 1 online resource (1077 p.)ISBN: 9781440803321Subject(s): Dickinson, Emily, 1830-1886 -- Encyclopedias | Poets, American -- 19th century -- Biography -- Encyclopedias | Women and literature -- United States -- EncyclopediasGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: All Things Dickinson: An Encyclopedia of Emily Dickinson''s World [2 volumes]DDC classification: 811.4 | 811/.4 LOC classification: PS1541.Z49 A45 2014Online resources: Click here to access online
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Cover; Volume 1; Contents; Alphabetical List of Entries; Guide to Related Topics; Preface; Acknowledgments; Introduction: Emily Dickinson (1830-1886); Abbreviations and Primary Sources; Chronology of Events for Emily Dickinson and Her Era; All Things Dickinson A-H; A; Abolition; Activists; American Theater; Amherst; Amherst, Notable Citizens in; Amherst, Notable Events in; Amherst Academy; Angels; Antebellum Period; Architecture and House Styles; Archives; Art; Astronomy; B; Banking and Property; Baptism; Bats; Bedroom Window; Bees; Biblical Allusions; Birds; Blindness; Books; Boston
Bowles, Samuel (1826-1878)Bride; Bright's Disease; Brontë, Charlotte (1816-1855); Brontë, Emily (1818-1848); Brontë Connection, The; Browning, Robert (1812-1889) and Elizabeth Barrett (1806-1861); Businesses; Butterflies and Caterpillars; C; Candle Making; Carlo (Dickinson's Newfoundland Dog); Cats; Child, Lydia Maria (1802-1880); Childbirth and Midwifery; Child Rearing; Civil War (Historical Context), The; Civil War and Dickinson, The; Clark, James D. (1828-1883); Clark, William Smith (1826-1886); Climate and Weather; Color; Congress, U.S.; Consciousness; Consumer Economy; Cosmetics
CourtshipCowan, Perez Dickinson (1843-1923); Cultural Norms; D; Dance; Death; Deer; Democracy; Depression; Dickens, Charles (1812-1870); Dickinson, Edward (1803-1874) and Emily Norcross (1804-1882); Dickinson, Lavinia Norcross (1833-1899); Dickinson, Samuel Fowler (1775-1838); Dickinson, Sue (1830-1913); Dickinson, Thomas Gilbert (1875-1883); Dickinson, William Austin (1829-1895); Disease and Illness; Dogs; Dreams; Drink; E; Education for Women; Eliot, George (Mary Anne Evans) (1819-1880); Emancipation; Embalming; Emerson, Ralph Waldo (1803-1882); England; Europe; Evergreens, The
Expressions and MetaphorsExtended Family; F; Farming and Agriculture; Fascicles and Manuscript Poetics; Fashion, Clothing, and Accessories; Fear and Horror; Food; Foreign and Foreigner; Foreign Policy; Freedom; Friends; Funerals and Mourning; G; Garden; Geography; Glue; Gothic Genre; Government; H; Hair; Handwriting and Punctuation; Happiness; Hats; Hayes, Rutherford B. (1822-1893); Heart; Heaven; Hell; Herbarium; Higginson, Thomas Wentworth (1823-1911); Holidays (Christian); Holland, Josiah Gilbert (1819-1891) and Elizabeth Luna Chapin (1823-1896); Home Education; Homestead, The
Humphrey, Jane (1829-1908)Hunting; Volume 2; Contents; Alphabetical List of Entries; Abbreviations and Primary Sources; All Things Dickinson I-W; I; Immorality; Indian Pipe Flower; Indian Wars; Inheritance; Insects and Spiders; J; Jackson, Andrew (1767-1845); Jewelry; L; Lamps; Laundry; Leopard; Letter Writing and the Epistolary Form; Lincoln, Abraham (1809-1865); Lineage (Dickinson Family); Literacy; Literary Themes and Imagery; Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth (1807-1882); Lord, Judge Otis Phillips (1812-1884); Louisiana Purchase; M; Madness; Manifest Destiny; Marriage and Property Rights
"Master" Letters, The
While Emily Dickinson is one of the most widely studied American poets, some dimensions of her life and work are largely under-appreciated. This book provides the wider context necessary for a more complete understanding of Dickinson, presenting Dickinso
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Wendy Martin is professor of American literature and American studies and the director of the Tufts Poetry Awards Program at Claremont Graduate University (CGU).