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The capsule of the mind

Author: Theodora Van Wagenen Ward
Publisher: Cambridge, Mass., Belknap Press, 1961.
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Named Person: Emily Dickinson
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Theodora Van Wagenen Ward
OCLC Number: 728033312
Description: 205 p. 22 cm.
Contents: My Delinquent Palaces: Elements in the inner life of the young Emily Dickinson --
Ourself Behind Ourself: An interpretation of the crisis in the life of Emily Dickinson --
THe Finest Secret: Emotional currents in the life of Emily Dickinson after 1865 --
Josiah Gilbert Holland and Elizabeth Chapin Holland: "You were so long faithful" --
Samuel Bowles: "The most triumphant Face" --
Thomas Wentworth Higginson: "Could you instruct me now?"
Responsibility: Ward, Theodora Van Wagenen, 1890-

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