"The best of recent Dickinson scholarship is gathered together in the multifaceted Emily Dickinson Handbook, a collection of essays that examine Dickinson's life, poetry, poetics, and social perspective."―Booklist
"Satisfies a long-standing need in 19th-century U.S. literature studies, providing a ready reference guide with essential, up-to-date material about Dickinson's life and art, her manuscripts, and the present state of research. . . . Highly recommended."―Choice
"A single authoritative source for information about Dickinson's historical, cultural, and biographical contexts, as well as the editing and transmission of her texts, their critical reception, and the most recent interpretive, pedagogical, and theoretical approaches within Dickinson scholarship. . . . This book has it all."―Emily Dickinson International Society Bulletin --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
About the Author
Roland Hagenbüchle is professor emeritus of American studies at the Catholic University of Eichstätt.
Cristanne Miller is W. M. Keck Distinguished Service Professor of English at Pomona College.
In addition to the editors, contributors include Martha Ackmann, Kerstin Behnke, Sharon Cameron, Paul Crumbley, Margaret Dickie, Jane Donahue Eberwein, Judith Farr, Margaret H. Freeman, Jonnie Guerra, Suzanne Juhasz, Marietta Messmer, Vivian R. Pollak, David Porter, Josef Raab, Agnieszka Salska, Richard Sewall, Martha Nell Smith, Gary Lee Stonum, and Robert Weisbuch. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.