Emily Dickinson on Death cover

Emily Dickinson on Death

Emily Dickinson (1830-1886)

1. 01 - Amherst, January 2, 1851, to Mrs. Strong
2. 02 - Autumn, 1876, to Dr. and Mrs. Holland
3. 03 - 'Let down the bars, O Death!'
4. 04 - 'Going to Heaven!'
5. 05 - 'Morns like these we parted'
6. 06 - 'I read my sentence steadily'
7. 07 - 'The only ghost I ever saw'
8. 08 - Memorials
9. 09 - The Journey
10. 10 - Going
11. 11 - 'If I should die'
12. 12 - Ghosts
13. 13 - 'What inn is this'
14. 14 - Till The End
15. 15 - The Chariot
16. 16 - 'Death is a dialogue'
17. 17 - At Length
18. 18 - Numen Lumen
19. 19 - 'I meant to find her when I came'
20. 20 - 'If I may have it when it's dead'
21. 21 - 'There's been a death in the opposite house'
22. 22 - 'After great pain, a formal feeling comes'

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Summary

Emily Dickinson is one of the most intriguing of American poets. Since she grew increasingly reclusive, very few of her poems were published until after her death. This collection includes two letters Dickinson wrote to her friends on the occasion of the deaths of her friend, Mr. Humphrey, and her brother, Austin. The rest of collection consists of her poetry on the subject of death.