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Reviewed in the United States on May 23, 2015
This book, more than perhaps any other with the possible exception of Sewall biography of Emily Dickinson, gives the reader a very good picture of what Emily Dickinson thought and her relationships. Among the more mundane, when I read the many notes she sent to people in sympathy, with gifts or flowers, or for other reasons, it made me regret the dying art of personal handwritten such notes today. It showed how much she was involved with her friends and family, contrary to some of the garbage put out there about her.
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