JOHNSON, TAMARA (EDITOR).
Title Readings On Emily Dickinson.
Book Condition Hardcover, no dustjacket. Good condition. Library discard.
Edition Library Binding Edition. Literary Companion to American Authors Series.
Publisher Greenhaven Press, San Diego:1997.
1565106350 / 9781565106352
Seller ID 60849X1
Includes "Dickinson Constructed Her Own Elusive Image" by Joyce Carol Oates, "A Difficult Poet To Know" by Helen McNeil, "Dickinson's Need for Seclusion" by Adrienne Rich, "Dickinson Was Misunderstood by Those Closest to Her" by Amy Lowell, "Why Emily Dickinson Wore White" by Kathryn Whitford, "Dickinson Found Significance in Minor Events" by Ella Gilbert Ives, "Emily Dickinson's Puritan Heritage" by John Robinson, "Emily Dickinson Ranks Among the World's Greatest Poets" by Allen Tate, "Two Explications" by Nancy Lenz Harvey and Thomas H. Johnson, "Diverging Viewpoints on a Classic Poem" by Gerhard Friedrich, John Ciardi, and Caroline Hogue, "An Explication of 'The first Day's Night had come'" by Constance Rooke, "Editorial Decisions Affect Dickinson Collections" by Marta L.Werner, "Dickinson's Poems Lack Essential Elements" by R. P. Blackmur, "Emily Dickinson'sVision of 'Circumference'" by Jane Langton, "Dickinson Acquired a Unique Understanding of Faith" by Richard Wilbur, "Emily Dickinson's Feminist Humor" by Suzanne Juhasz, Christanne Miller, and Martha Nell Smith, "Naming as a Strategy in Dickinson's Poems"by Sharon Cameron, "Dickinson's Tone of voice Lends Credibility to Difficult Subjects" by Arcibald MacLeish, "Play as a Theme in Dickinson's Poems" by AnandRao Thota, and "Dickinson's Style Broke with Convention" by Cheryl Walker. Includes an Index.
(Key Words: Emily Dickinson, Tamara Johnson, Literary Studies, Literary Criticism, Joyce Carol Oates, Poets, Helen McNeil, Seclusion, Adrienne Rich, Amy Lowell, White, Kathryn Whitford, Ella Gilbert Ives, Puritanism, John Robinson, Allen Tate, Nancy Lenz Harvey, Thomas H. Johnson, Gerhard Friedrich, John Ciardi, Caroline Hogue, Constance Rooke, Marta L.Werner, R. P. Blackmur, Circumference, Jane Langton, Faith, Richard Wilbur, Feminist Humor, Suzanne Juhasz, Christanne Miller, Martha Nell Smith, Naming, Sharon Cameron, Arcibald MacLeish, AnandRao Thota, Cheryl Walker).