DALA: Digital American Literature Anthology
Edited by Michael O'Conner, Millikin University

Emily Dickinson

Unit 11 Overview

Resources for Lecture Building and Extended Study - Copyrighted Materials

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Authoritative Online Versions of Dickinson Poems
A narrow fellow in the grass (Franklin 1096)
A Route of Evanescence (Franklin 1489)
Because I could not stop for Death (Franklin 479)
"Faith" is a fine invention (Franklin 202)
I felt a Funeral in my Brain (Franklin 340)
I heard a Fly buzz - when I died (Franklin 591)
Much Madness is divinest Sense (Franklin 620)
Success is counted sweetest (Franklin 212)
Wild nights - Wild Nights! (Franklin 269)

Dickinson Biography, American Passages

Dickinson Biography, Norton Anthology

Dickinson Biography, Prentice-Hall

Dickinson Teaching Guide, Heath Anthology

Critical Perspectives on Three Dickinson Poems by Donna Campbell

Guidelines for Reading Dickinson's Poetry by Donna Campbell

Dickinson Electronic Archives

Emily Dickinson Museum Manuscripts

Dickinson at Poets.org

Dickinson Criticism at Modern American Poetry

Publication History of the Works of Emily Dickinson

Commentary on Dickinson Poetry by David Preest

Wikipedia List/Archive of Dickinson Poems

Multimedia

Voices and Visions, Emily Dickinson

American Passages, Unit 6: Gothic Undercurrents

Electronic Resources in the Public Domain in the USA

Improperly edited versions of Dickinson's poems that are in the public domain are linked below, by Todd and Higginson, and by Martha Dickinson Biachi. More authoritative versions of her poetry are under copyright and owned by Harvard University Press.

Poems by Emily Dickinson, The Three Series edited by Mabel Loomis Todd and T.W. Higginson, 1890s and 1901

The Complete Poems of Emily Dickinson by Martha Dickinson Biachi, 1924, includes The Single Hound from 1914

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dr.Michael O'Conner, Millikin University