Emily Dickinson (2020)

Emily Dickinson From the Great Poets series exquisite small format collections of classic poetry enhanced by full color reproductions of period art and readable scholarly introductions full color illustrations
  • Title: Emily Dickinson
  • Author: Emily Dickinson Geoffrey Moore
  • ISBN: 9780517562901
  • Page: 246
  • Format: Hardcover
  • From the Great Poets series exquisite small format collections of classic poetry enhanced by full color reproductions of period art, and readable, scholarly introductions 12 full color illustrations.
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    1. Had I not seen the sunI could have borne the shade But light a newer wildernessMy wilderness has made I loved this verse It spoke of that sadness and loss and yearning which is at the base of so much of all of our struggles I had not read much Dickinson before I picked up this small volume, containing 173 of her poems, and though I would not say that I was totally blown away by her, there is a simple beauty about the work which is really intriguing John Malcolm Brinnin selected the poems and gav [...]

    2. The flesh surrendered, cancelled,The bodiless begun Two worlds, like audiences, disperseAnd leave the soul alone.

    3. Oh, Emily her syntax is tangled her meaning, esoteric her meter, constrained Yet reading through the 173 poems in this anthology poems which are often difficult, and always extraordinarily personal one may catch a brief glimpse of the sublimeIn many ways, Dickinson was a poet working against language words, she seems to think, can only give indirect access to the experiences of the mind or the soul Thus she writes Shall I take thee the poet saidTo the propounded word Be stationed with the candid [...]

    4. The book was rather short not a problem though , and her poems were exceptional I did not understand most of them, not being a frequenter of poetry, but I did enjoy them Even if I did not understand them all, I definitely got the feelings she meant to convey of whatever topic it was This, the fact that she did not confine herself to strict form and, her diction were are reasons I really enjoyed this book The illustrations were nice to have along with it, too bad there weren t hopefully I don t [...]

    5. Emily Dockinson makes the banal exciting and the monotonousness adventurous I ve never quite read poetry like hers before This was a great book, and I hope to read of her works in the future 4 5

    6. I enjoy reading the classic poets on the bus I feel it makes me look like one of the smart peopled illusion I don t mind perpetuating

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