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Emily Dickinson -- (Poets & Playwrights Series)

Michele Griskey

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ISBN 10: 1584154292 / ISBN 13: 9781584154297
Published by Mitchell Lane Publishers, U.S.A., 2007
Condition: Very Good Hardcover
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Title: Emily Dickinson -- (Poets & Playwrights ...

Publisher: Mitchell Lane Publishers, U.S.A.

Publication Date: 2007

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition:Very Good

Edition: First Edition

Book Type: Ex-Library

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Growing up in Amherst, Massachusetts, young, bright Emily Dickinson was known for her witty writing and excellent baking. As she grew older she wore only white, spent less time with others, and devoted hours to be alone in her bedroom and garden. At her little desk, Emily Dickinson wrote about many topics, including nature, love, and death. In her garden, she grew an amazing collection of flowers. She had a very strong bond with her family and a few people she considered friends, but many others were curious about the shy and talented poet. By the time her life was over, Emily Dickinson had written over 1,700 poems, a surprise even to those closest to her. To this day, Dickinson s poetry is considered innovative and fascinating, and it is loved by people all over the world. Yet mysteries still remain. What inspired Emily to write? What made her become so private and retreat from the world? Dickinson scholars and fans continue to search for answers.

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Michèle Griskey has a BA in journalism and an MA in English. She teaches writing, research, and philosophy for the University of Phoenix Online. She has written several biographies for Mitchell Lane Publishers, including Harriet Beecher Stowe, Ray Bradbury, and Beverly Cleary. When she was in junior high school, Michèle first read and fell in love with Emily Dickinson s poetry. Since then, Michèle is still inspired by Dickinson s imaginative poetry and mysterious life. Michèle also writes fiction for middle grade and teen readers. She lives on an island in Washington s Puget Sound with her family.

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