New Poems of Emily Dickinson

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Price
$37.38
Publisher
University of North Carolina Press
Publish Date
Pages
136
Dimensions
5.49 X 9.2 X 0.42 inches | 0.46 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780807844168
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About the Author
William H. Shurr, professor of English at the University of Tennessee, is author of several books, including "The Marriage of Emily Dickinson."
Reviews
The book is more than a literary curiosity.

"Houston Post"
"An exciting, innovative, and important advance in Dickinson studies.

Emory Elliott, University of California, Riverside"
"The brevity and visual intensity of many short pieces show Dickinson as a precursor of the Imagists.

"Publishers Weekly," starred review"
"[ShurrUs] careful readings offer us an even richer mother of American poetry than any of us ever knew to exist.

Diane Wakoski, Michigan State University"
"True lovers of poetry will welcome these rediscovered treasures and take pleasure in their quiet intensity, wisdom, and grace.

"Booklist" (starred review)"
An exciting, innovative, and important advance in Dickinson studies.

Emory Elliott, University of California, Riverside
ÝShurrs¨ careful readings offer us an even richer mother of American poetry than any of us ever knew to exist.

Diane Wakoski, Michigan State University
True lovers of poetry will welcome these rediscovered treasures and take pleasure in their quiet intensity, wisdom, and grace.

"Booklist" (starred review)
[Shurra[s] careful readings offer us an even richer mother of American poetry than any of us ever knew to exist.

Diane Wakoski, Michigan State University
[Shurr_s] careful readings offer us an even richer mother of American poetry than any of us ever knew to exist.

Diane Wakoski, Michigan State University
The brevity and visual intensity of many short pieces show Dickinson as a precursor of the Imagists.

"Publishers Weekly", starred review
[Shurr s] careful readings offer us an even richer mother of American poetry than any of us ever knew to exist.

Diane Wakoski, Michigan State University