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Emily Dickinson

a.k.a. Emily Elizabeth Dickinson

Author Code: AEDX

Born: Dec. 10, 1830 - Amherst, Massachusetts, USA

Died: May 15, 1886 - Amherst, Massachusetts, USA

Emily was educated at Amherst Academy and Mount Holyoke Female Seminary. After a year at the Seminary, she left to return to her home in Amherst. Inspired by Emerson and the Brownings, Dickinson began to write verse from about 1850. Her poetry concentrated principally on love, death and nature. During her lifetime, only seven of her poems were published. Five of these were printed in the Springfield Republican by the editors Samuel Bowles and Dr. Josiah Holland, both of whom were close friends and admirers of her work. In 1862, she became acquainted with Thomas Higginson who immediately recognized her immense talent. Nevertheless, he advised her not to publish her poems. Thus, it was not until after her death that the bulk of her poems began to appear. Dickinson was a prolific writer and during the Civil War alone, she is said to have produced over 800 poems. After her death, her sister Lavinia brought out three volumes of Emily's work, the first of which appeared in 1891 and was tremendously popular. Further volumes of poems were published during the early part of the 20th century by Emily's niece, Martha Dickinson Bianchi. By 1945, all of the more than 1800 poems had been published. Dickinson is considered to be one of the most innovative and sophisticated American poets of the 19th century.

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AEDX006 More Poems of Life
  Called Back
  Compensation
  Deed
  Delight Becomes Pictorial
  The Duel
  Enough
  Escape
  Except the Heaven Had Come So Near
  Experiment to Me
  Faith is A Fine Invention
  The Goal
  Good Night! Which Put the Candle Out?
  Heart Not So Heavy As Mine
  Hope
  Hunger
  I Bring An Unaccustomed Wine
  I Found the Phrase to Every Thought
  I Gained it So
  I Know That He Exists
  I Many Times Thought Peace Had Come
  I'm Nobody! Who Are You?
  Is Heaven A Physician?
  To Learn the Transport by the Pain
  The Martyrs
  Melodies Unheard
  My Country's Wardrobe
  The Nearest Dream Recedes, Unrealized
  A Poor Torn Heart, A Tattered Heart
  Portraits Are to Daily Faces
  Prayer
  A Prayer
  The Preacher
  The Railway Train
  Remorse
  The Return
  Returning
  A Shady Friend for Torrid Days
  The Shelter
  Shipwreck
  The Show
  Sight
  The Soul Unto Itself
  Surgeons Must Be Very Careful
  Talk with Prudence to A Beggar
  The Test
  This Merit Hath the Worst
  The Thought Beneath So Slight A Film
  A Thought Went Up My Mind To-day
  Time's Lesson
  Too Much
  Triumphant
  Undue Significance A Starving Man Attaches
  Unto My Books So Good to Turn
  Victory Comes Late
  We Play At Paste
  When I Hoped I Feared
  The White Heat
1862-1886 58 201k eBook Download PDF - 'More Poems of Life' (AEDX006) Find a printed copy of More Poems of Life by Emily Dickinson at AbeBooks
AEDX007 More Poems of Nature
  April
  As Imperceptibly As Grief
  At Half-past Three A Single Bird
  The Blue Jay
  The Bluebird
  The Butterfly's Day
  By the Sea
  Day's Parlor
  Frequently the Woods Are Pink
  Fringed Gentian
  Gossip
  The Humming-bird
  I Know A Place Where Summer Strives
  In Shadow
  In the Garden
  It Can't Be Summer, -- That Got Through
  The Juggler of Day
  Like Mighty Footlights Burned the Red
  Mother Nature
  The Mushroom
  My Cricket
  My Rose
  Nature Rarer Uses Yellow
  November
  Old-Fashioned
  The One That Could Repeat the Summer Day
  The Oriole
  The Oriole's Secret
  Out of the Morning
  Problems
  The Rat
  The Robin
  The Sea
  Secrets
  She Sweeps with Many-colored Brooms
  Simplicity
  The Sleeping Flowers
  The Snake
  The Snow
  The Spider
  Storm
  The Storm
  Summer's Obsequies
  The Sun's Wooing
  Sunset
  A Tempest
  A Thunder-storm
  Two Voyagers
  Who Robbed the Woods
  The Wind's Visit
  With Flowers
1862-1886 52 188k eBook Download PDF - 'More Poems of Nature' (AEDX007) Find a printed copy of More Poems of Nature by Emily Dickinson at AbeBooks
AEDX005 More Poems of Time and Eternity
  Adrift! A Little Boat Adrift!
  Asleep
  Before the Ice is in the Pools
  Bless God, He Went As Soldiers
  Charlotte Brontë's Grave
  A Clock Stopped - Not the Mantel's
  Dead
  Death
  The Distance That the Dead Have Gone
  Dying
  The Dying Need But Little, Dear
  Each That We Lose Takes Part of Us
  Ending
  Eternity
  Far From Love the Heavenly Father
  Farewell
  Given in Marriage Unto Thee
  The Grave My Little Cottage is
  How Dare the Robins Sing
  I Breathed Enough to Learn the Trick
  I Felt A Funeral in My Brain
  I Meant to Find Her When I Came
  I Wish I Knew That Woman's Name
  I Wonder If the Sepulchre
  If I May Have it When It's Dead
  Immortal is An Ample Word
  Immortality
  Invisible
  Joy in Death
  Me! Come! My Dazzled Face
  The Monument
  Not Any Higher Stands the Grave
  Retrospect
  A Sickness of this World it Most Occasions
  Sleeping
  So Proud She Was to Die
  The Soul Should Always Stand Ajar
  The Soul's Storm
  The Spirit
  The Stimulus, Beyond the Grave
  Superfluous Were the Sun
  Sweet Hours Have Perished Here
  That Such Have Died Enables us
  There's Been A Death in the Opposite House
  They Say That ‘Time Assuages
  They Won't Frown Always, - Some Sweet Day
  Thirst
  This Was in the White of the Year
  This World is Not Conclusion
  Three Weeks Passed Since I Had Seen Her
  A Toad Can Die of Light!
  Trying to Forget
  Unwarned
  Waiting
  Water is Taught by Thirst
  We Cover Thee, Sweet Face
  We Learn in the Retreating
  We Never Know We Go, - When We Are Going
  Where Every Bird is Bold to go
1862-1886 60 201k eBook Download PDF - 'More Poems of Time and Eternity' (AEDX005) Find a printed copy of More Poems of Time and Eternity by Emily Dickinson at AbeBooks
AEDX002 Poems of Life
  Almost!
  Alpine Glow
  Aspiration
  Belshazzar Had A Letter
  On the Bleakness of My Lot
  The Bone That Has No Marrow
  A Book - 1
  A Book - 2
  The Book of Martyrs
  The Brain Within its Groove
  The Brain
  Childish Griefs
  Contrast
  Dawn
  Desire
  Disenchantment
  Drowning is Not So Pitiful
  Exclusion
  Experience
  The Farthest Thunder That I Heard
  Few Get Enough, - Enough is One
  To Fight Aloud is Very Brave
  Fire
  With Flowers
  Forbidden Fruit
  Friends
  Glee! The Great Storm is Over!
  Griefs
  To Hang Our Head Ostensibly
  The Heart Asks Pleasure First
  To Help Our Bleaker Parts
  Hope
  How Still the Bells in Steeples Stand
  I Asked No Other Thing
  I Had A Guinea Golden
  I Had No Time to Hate
  I Have A King Who Does Not Speak
  I Taste A Liquor Never Brewed
  I Worked for Chaff, and Earning Wheat
  If I Can Stop One Heart From Breaking
  If the Foolish Call Them ‘Flowers'
  The Inevitable
  Is Bliss, Then, Such Abyss
  In A Library
  Life, and Death, and Giants
  Life's Trades
  The Lonely House
  Lost Faith
  Lost Joy
  The Lost Thought
  A Man
  A Modest Lot, A Fame Petite
  Much Madness is Divinest Sense
  The Mystery of Pain
  Our Share of Night to Bear
  Parting
  The Past
  Philosophy
  A Portrait
  Power
  Real Riches
  Remembrance
  Reticence
  Rouge Et Noir
  Rouge Gagne
  Saturday Afternoon
  The Secret
  Success
  Superiority to Fate
  A Syllable
  Thanksgiving Day
  Unreturning
  Upon the Gallows Hung A Wretch
  To Venerate the Simple Days
  Ventures
  What Soft, Cherubic Creatures
  Whether My Bark Went Down At Sea
  Who Has Not Found the Heaven Below
  A Word
  A Wounded Deer Leaps Highest
1862-1886 81 232k eBook Download PDF - 'Poems of Life' (AEDX002) Find a printed copy of Poems of Life by Emily Dickinson at AbeBooks
AEDX001 Poems of Love
  Alter? When the Hills Do.
  Apocalypse
  Apotheosis
  At Home
  Bequest
  A Charm Invests A Face
  Choice
  Consecration
  The Contract
  Dreams
  Father, I Bring Thee Not Myself
  Forgotten
  Have You Got A Brook in Your Little Heart
  He Put the Belt Around My Life
  He Touched Me, So I Live to Know
  Heart, We Will Forget Him!
  I Have No Life But This
  If You Were Coming in the Fall
  In Lands I Never Saw
  In Vain
  I've Got An Arrow Here
  The Letter
  Longing
  To Lose Thee, Sweeter Than to Gain
  The Lost Jewel
  Love
  The Lovers
  Love's Baptism
  Love's Humility
  Loyalty
  The Master
  Mine
  The Moon is Distant From the Sea
  Not with A Club the Heart is Broken
  Numen Lumen
  The Outlet
  Poor Little Heart!
  Possession
  Proof
  Renunciation
  Resurrection
  Satisfied
  Song
  Surrender
  Suspense
  Transplanted
  The Way I Read A Letter ‘S This
  We Outgrow Love Like Other Things
  Wedded
  What If I Say I Shall Not Wait?
  Who?
  The Wife
  Wild Nights!
  With A Flower
  With A Flower (When Roses Cease to Bloom)
  Your Riches Taught Me Poverty
1862-1886 59 213k eBook Download PDF - 'Poems of Love' (AEDX001) Find a printed copy of Poems of Love by Emily Dickinson at AbeBooks
AEDX003 Poems of Nature
  Aftermath
  Angels in the Early Morning
  As Children Bid the Guest Good-night
  Aurora
  Autumn
  The Balloon
  The Bat
  Beclouded
  The Bee is Not Afraid of Me
  The Bee
  The Butterfiy's Assumption-Gown
  Cobwebs
  Cocoon
  The Coming of Night
  Could I But Ride Indefinite
  Dawn
  A Day
  Death and Life
  A Dew Sufficed Itself
  Evening
  The Grass
  The Hemlock
  High From the Earth I Heard A Bird
  Indian Summer
  A Light Exists in Spring
  A Little Road Not Made of Man
  To Make A Prairie it Takes A Clover and One Bee
  March
  To March
  May-Flower
  The Moon
  Morning is the Place for Dew
  The Mountain
  A Murmur in the Trees to Note
  To My Quick Ear the Leaves Conferred
  Nature's Changes
  New Feet Within My Garden Go
  The Pedigree of Honey
  Perhaps You'd Like to Buy A Flower?
  Presentiment is That Long Shadow on the Lawn
  Psalm of the Day
  Purple Clover
  A Rose
  The Sea of Sunset
  A Service of Song
  A Snake
  So Bashful When I Spied Her
  Summer Shower
  Summer's Armies
  Sunset
  There's A Certain Slant of Light
  The Tulip
  Twas Later When the Summer Went
  Two Worlds
  The Waking Year
  A Well
  Why?
  The Wind (1)
  The Wind (2)
  The Woodpecker
1862-1886 62 207k eBook Download PDF - 'Poems of Nature' (AEDX003) Find a printed copy of Poems of Nature by Emily Dickinson at AbeBooks
AEDX004 Poems of Time and Eternity
  Afraid? Of Whom Am I Afraid?
  Along the Potomac
  As by the Dead We Love to Sit
  Astra Castra
  At Least to Pray is Left, is Left
  At Length
  The Battle-field
  The Bustle in A House
  The Chariot
  A Country Burial
  The Daisy Follows Soft the Sun
  Death is A Dialogue Between
  A Death-blow is A Life-blow to Some
  Dying
  Emancipation
  Epitaph
  Essential Oils Are Wrung
  Except to Heaven, She is Nought
  The First Lesson
  Following
  From the Chrysalis
  The Funeral
  Ghosts
  Going
  Going to Heaven!
  Gone
  I Died for Beauty, But Was Scarce
  I Have Not Told My Garden Yet
  I Lived on Dread; to Those Who Know
  I Never Lost As Much But Twice
  I Never Saw A Moor
  I Noticed People Disappeared
  I Read My Sentence Steadily
  I Reason, Earth is Short
  I Shall Know Why, When Time is Over
  I Think Just How My Shape Will Rise
  I Went to Heaven
  I Went to Thank Her
  If Anybody's Friend Be Dead
  If I Should Die
  If I Shouldn't Be Alive
  It Was Not Death, for I Stood up
  It Was Too Late for Man
  I've Seen A Dying Eye
  The Journey
  To Know Just How He Suffered Would Be Dear
  The Last Night That She Lived
  Let Down the Bars, O Death!
  Look Back on Time with Kindly Eyes
  Lost
  Memorials
  Morns Like These We Parted
  On this Long Storm the Rainbow Rose
  One Dignity Delays for All
  The Only Ghost I Ever Saw
  Playmates
  Pompless No Life Can Pass Away
  Precedence
  Real
  Refuge
  Requiem
  Resurgam
  Safe in Their Alabaster Chambers
  Saved!
  Setting Sail
  She Went As Quiet As the Dew
  Sleep is Supposed to be
  Some, Too Fragile for Winter Winds
  Their Height in Heaven Comforts Not
  There is A Shame of Nobleness
  A Throe Upon the Features
  Till the End
  Too Late
  A Train Went Through A Burial Gate
  Triumph
  "Troubled About Many Things."
  Two Swimmers Wrestled on the Spar
  Vanished
  Void
  What Inn is this
1862-1886 83 241k eBook Download PDF - 'Poems of Time and Eternity' (AEDX004) Find a printed copy of Poems of Time and Eternity by Emily Dickinson at AbeBooks

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