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The Poems of Emily Dickinson

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$136.50 • £109.95 • €123.00

ISBN 9780674676220

Publication Date: 10/15/1998


1680 pages

7 halftones

Belknap Press


  • Volume I
    • Introduction
    • Poems 1–526
  • Volume II
    • Poems 527–1287
  • Volume III
    • Poems 1288–1789
    • Appendixes
      • Poems Published in Emily Dickinson’s Lifetime
      • Distribution by Year
      • Later Manuscripts
      • Fascicles and Sets: Transcriptions
      • Fascicles and Sets: The Manuscript Books (1981)
      • Titles, Characterizations, Signatures
      • Recipients
      • Secondary Sources
      • Additional Poems, Separated Poems, Excluded Texts
      • Word Division
      • Emendation
      • Re-dated Letters
      • Some Early Texts
      • Poems Attributed to Emily Dickinson
    • Bibliography
    • Acknowledgments
    • Index of Johnson Numbers
    • Index of First Lines

Awards & Accolades

  • R. W. Franklin Is Recipient of the Emily Dickinson International Society’s Award for Outstanding Contribution
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