The Gorgeous Nothings: Emily Dickinson's Envelope Poems

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$49.95  $45.95
Publisher
New Directions Publishing Corporation
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Pages
272
Dimensions
9.62 X 1.22 X 12.09 inches | 3.66 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780811221757
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About the Author

Arguably America's greatest poet, Emily Dickinson (1830-1886) published fewer than a dozen of her eighteen hundred poems during her lifetime.
Susan Howe has won the Bollingen Prize, the Frost Medal, and the Griffin Award. She is the author of such seminal works as Debths, ThatThis, TheMidnight, MyEmilyDickinson, TheQuarry, and TheBirthmark.
Jen Bervin's work includes The Dickinson Composites, The Desert, and Nets.
Marta Werner's books include Emily Dickinson's Open Folios: Scenes of Reading, Surfaces of Writing and Radical Scatters: An Electronic Archive of Emily Dickinson's Late Fragments and Related Texts.

Reviews

This book is a rare gift for all poetry lovers.--Craig Morgan Teicher
Visual poets around the world will soon be mining these endlessly suggestive fragments.--Marjorie Perloff
This book is a testament to the lasting power of Dickinson's work and a new insight into the way her work arose. It's suitably gorgeous production and lyrical accompanying essays make it a treat for the eye and the mind.
The Gorgeous Nothings works as both an engrossing visual treat and an affecting work of literature, giving us a keen and tangible sense of not only of Dickinson's writing, but of how she wrote.
The Gorgeous Nothings is one of the most ambitious, important literary feats of the year. It's stunning, revelatory, and it functions as a key text to Dickinson's oeuvre: seeing it demands a tectonic shift in the way we read her, brings her back to us even more extremely idiosyncratic than we could have guessed.
The Gorgeous Nothings is proof that one of our most important poets can still amaze and teach us new thing about the practice of poetry.
The Gorgeous Nothings claims our attention with a new Emily Dickinson. This edition itself is a work of art.--Susan Howe