Emily Dickinson

Harold Bloom 2008

E-Book: 240 English pages

Publisher: Chelsea House

Price: 1000 Toman

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Emily Dickinson, one of the most famous American poets of the 19th century, is known for her preferred seclusion from the outside world. The vast majority of her poems were published posthumously, as she kept her writing private. This relevant critical guide offers perceptive interpretations of Dickinson and her creative output. Freshly updated and featuring a perceptive introductory essay by Harold Bloom, “Emily Dickinson, New Edition” invites students to further explore this fiercely original poet and her widely studied and much-debated work.

From School Library Journal

Gr 11 Up–This series title begins with a brief biography that places the poet in the context of her times. It is followed by eight scholarly essays by renowned authors and critics such as Joyce Carol Oates, Adrienne Rich, and Allen Tate. They explore Dickinson’s puritan heritage, her eccentric lifestyle, and her rank among the world’s great poets. The next section consists of poetic analysis, and the final chapter is made up of eight essays that offer insights into “Dickinson’s Poetic Themes.” While this is not an introductory work, the volume will be a valuable aid for students seeking critical analyses of the poet’s work. The scholars flatly contradict one another, which can be thought-provoking for informed readers, but may be frustrating and confusing for neophytes.

Marilyn (Makowski) Heath, Greenwood High School, SC

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“Harold Bloom adds some fantastic critical literary guides, providing interpretations and issues that should reach a wide audience from adults to young adults at the high school and college levels.”

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