Though principally known as the miniaturist in American poetry, Emily Dickinson produced a remarkably wide body of work - some concentrating on acute observations and some on bons mots. Full of wit and sensitivity, she generally appears in anthologies but this generous collection shows that she is a poet to be taken seriously.
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