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Even so, the reader is allowed into her family relationships, into her care and love for her few friends, and above all into her deep-set feeling of solitude.
One wonders how much poetry may be lurking unrecognized in the regularized lines of 'Emily Dickinson's Selected Letters.'
Adapted from another edition, the pages are divided in two, making it hard to follow the flow of these wonderful letters. Better to find another edition.Published 10 months ago by GizmoGal
Whoever made the digital version of this book did not check for errors produced by the scanners. You cannot easily click on table of contents or search for key items. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Amazon Customer
Emily Dickinson was a great letter writer, in all senses of the word. In fact one gets the impression that she actually preferred writing to people, than meeting and conversing... Read morePublished on August 26, 2010 by tepi