Wonderful selection of this great poet's greatest, most popular poems. Includes "There's a certain slant of light," "Because I could not stop for death," "It was not death for I stood up." 256 pages.
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Emily was born in 1830 in , Massachusetts, where she spent almost all her life. In her late twenties she withdrew from normal social activity, rarely went outdoors, and stopped seeing even her closest friends. But she did write lots of letters, and when she died in 1886 it was discovered that she had also written over 1,000 seven of which had been published in her lifetime. Book publication of her work commenced in 1890.
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