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Emily Elizabeth Dickinson (December 10, 1830 – May 15, 1886) was an American poet. .... The experience did not last: Dickinson never made a formal declaration of faith and attended services re...

Frequently-Asked Questions | Emily Dickinson Museum

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Q: How did Emily Dickinson die? A: Although Dickinson's death certificate says Bright's disease (a common ...

Emily Dickinson's Biography - Emily Dickinson Museum

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Emily Dickinson: Her Childhood and Youth (1830-1855) ... joined the year after Emily was born), Emily never did, acknowledging plainly to a friend, .... The poet herself became ill shortly after her nephew Gib died: "The Crisis of the sorrow of ...

Emily Dickinson - Poet, Writer - Biography.com

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Biography.com looks at the life of reclusive poet Emily Dickinson, an artist who ... Dickinson died of kidney disease in Amherst, Massachusetts, on May 15, 1886 ...

Emily Dickinson Timeline of Important Dates - Shmoop

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Shmoop guide to Emily Dickinson timeline. Key events and dates in a Emily Dickinson timeline, compiled by PhDs and Masters from Stanford, Harvard, ...

Neurotic Poets - Emily Elizabeth Dickinson

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Emily Elizabeth Dickinson, 1830-1866: learn more about this poet's life. ... But did not finish, some way back, I could not fix the year, ... He died in 1884, and thereafter Dickinson herself seemed to grow obsessed with death. Presentiment is that ...

Emily Dickinson Biography - life, family, name, death, mother, young ...

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Emily Dickinson was born on December 10, 1830, in Amherst, ... Mount Holyoke Female Seminary, but because of her fragile health she did not return. ... Her father died in 1874, and a year later her mother suffered a stroke that left her ...

Emily Dickinson's Life - English

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And why did Dickinson take the time to carefully gather fair copies of 1,147 poems and bind ... the Homestead, where Emily Dickinson remained until she died.

Emily's secret love - The Boston Globe - Boston.com

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Jun 20, 2010 ... Following her father's death, poet Emily Dickinson did something unthinkable in ... Mrs. Lord died in December 1877, on Emily's 47th birthday.

Emily Dickinson Biography - Childhood, Life Achievements & Timeline

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Emily Dickinson was one of the most famous American poets known for her ... After the death of her cousin and best friend, Sophia Holland, who died in the April ...

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Emily Dickinson died at the age of 55 on May 15, 1886.
Emily Dickinson lived quietly in Amherst, Massachusetts and wrote poetry for most of her adult life. Her verses were short but inventive, and her themes universal: love, death, and her relationship with God and nature. Dickinson was not famous during her... More>>
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Emily Dickinson and Death | Emily Dickinson Museum

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Although some find the preoccupation morbid, hers was not an unusual mindset for a time and place where religious attention focused on being prepared to die ...

Biography of Emily Dickinson

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Emily Dickinson grew up in a prominent and prosperous household in ... that did not allow her to fall into step with the conventional piety, domesticity, and ... Today, Dickinson is regarded as one of America's greatest poets, but when she died ...

Biography Emily Dickinson •Biography Online

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Biography of Emily Dickinson (1830-1885) American poet who wrote unique poetry ... of this subtle pressure put on Emily to join the “saved”; but this she never did. .... Emily Dickinson died at the age of 55 from Bright's disease, which is caused ...