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Susan Huntington Gilbert Dickinson


Besides swaddling her beloved friend's body for burial, Susan penned Emily's obituary, a loving portrayal of a strong, brilliant ...

Emily Dickinson: A Eulogy by Susan Huntington Dickinson


he death of Miss Emily E. Dickinson, daughter of the late Edward Dickinson, at Amherst on Saturday, makes another sad inroad on the small circle so long ...

Obituary of Emily Dickinson · Digital Amherst


Newspaper clipping of the obituary of Emily Dickinson written by Susan Dickinson and published in the Springfield Republican (May 18, 1886) and the Amherst ...

Susan Huntington Gilbert Dickinson (1830-1913), sister-in-law ...


Emily Dickinson to Susan Gilbert Dickinson, about 1882 (L757) ... Susan wrote the poet's remarkable obituary, which appeared in the Springfield Republican on  ...

Independent Lens . LOADED GUN: Life, and Death, and Dickinson ...


The Obituary of Emily Dickinson Published in The Springfield Republican on May 18, 1886 and penned by Dickinson's sister-in-law and close friend Susan: ...

Writings by Susan Dickinson Susan Dickinson's Obituary


Jan 10, 2008 ... This Springfield Republican obituary for Susan Huntington Gilbert Dickinson, this note about her life, does not mention Emily Dickinson, who ...

Writings by Susan Dickinson: Emily Dickinson's Obituary


Writings by Susan Dickinson Main Page ... by Rebecca Mooney <rnmooney@ umd.edu> Last updated on January 10, 2008. Dickinson Electronic Archives.

Biography Speculates Emily Dickinson Had Epilepsy : NPR


Jul 6, 2010 ... A week after Emily Dickinson died in 1886, her younger sister Lavinia opened drawers in the reclusive poet's bedroom and found a veritable ...

A Nosegay for Battle: Susan Gilbert Dickinson


Susan and Emily Dickinson's 40-year relationship has by all accounts been seen .... Susan also penned Emily's obituary, a loving portrayal of a strong, brilliant ...

Emily - Connie Clark


Says Richard B. Sewall, author of The Life of Emily Dickinson: "Of the many dramatic presentations of Emily Dickinson I've seen, Connie Clark's is the most

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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