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Dickinson unbound : paper, process, poetics

Author: Alexandra Socarides
Publisher: New York : Oxford University Press, ©2012.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Rich in archival research, Dickinson Unbound is the first authoritative study of Emily Dickinson's material and compositional methods.

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Named Person: Emily Dickinson
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Alexandra Socarides
ISBN: 9780199858088 019985808X
OCLC Number: 835294840
Description: 1 vol. (XI-211 p.) ; 25 cm
Contents: Dickinson's sheets --
Epistolary practices and the problem of genre --
Sewing the fascicles: elegy, consolation, and the poetics of interruption --
Dickinson's "sets" and the rejection of sequence --
Methods of unmaking: Dickinson's late drafts, scraps, and fragments.
Responsibility: Alexandra Socarides.
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