Edwin Mellen Press (2000)

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Part I deals with the common fallacies of Dickinson studies, the conflict of world views between critic and poet, the substitution of biographical speculation for literary criticism, etc. Part II engages the substance of what she has to say about life and living it. Part III presents a new interpretation of her style and language for a metaphysical point of view.
Keywords Dickinson, Emily   Women and literature   Christian poetry, American   Transcendentalism in literature   Body, Human, in literature   Philosophy in literature   Mysticism in literature   Duty in literature
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