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"Emily Dickinson continues to fascinate literature lovers. Her work is more successful now than in her own lifetime. Highly prolific, but famously reclusive, only two of her poems were published before her tragic death in 1886, at the age of just fifty-five. Family, religion, and the age in which she lived shaped the beliefs that dictated Dickinson's ideas, values, and behavior. In this book Dr. John DelliCarpini provides an authorative look at these influences, and how they led 'The Muse of Amherst' to perceive God in her own unique way."
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