• The Letters of Emily Dickinson, vol
  • The Master Letters of Emily Dickinson
  • Selected Letters Emily Dickinson

Born on this day in 1830, Emily Dickinson lived nearly her entire life in Amherst, Massachusetts

Emily Dickinson, Lesbian?: Her Letter to Susan Gilbert, …

Ryan’s Bridge to the Blog: Dickinson’s “Master” Letters

Were the famous "Master Letters," in which Dickinson seems to address a lover, ..
In a letter to Austin at law school, she once described the atmosphere in her father's house as "pretty much all sobriety." Her mother, Emily Norcross Dickinson, was not as powerful a presence in her life; she seems not to have been as emotionally accessible as Dickinson would have liked.

“Gothic Genre,” or Dickinson’s own “Master” letters.


The Emily Dickinson Lexicon (EDL) is a comprehensive dictionary of over 9,000 words and variants found in the collected poems. EDA includes the words and definitions from the larger EDL project, a collaborative endeavor based at Brigham Young University. For more information, visit the .

 

The Life and Letters of Emily Dickinson and The ..


Emily Dickinson Archive (EDA) provides high-resolution images of manuscripts of Dickinson’s poetry, along with transcriptions and annotations from selected historical and scholarly editions. This first release focuses on gathering images of those poems included in , edited by R. W. Franklin (Cambridge: Belknap Press of the Harvard University Press, 1998). These manuscripts vary from “scraps” written on envelope flaps and pieces of wrapping paper; to drafts; to finished poems sent to friends or copied into the manuscript books called “fascicles.”