The Poems of Emily Dickinson
by Emily Dickinson
Publisher: Project Gutenberg 2003
Number of pages: 301
The Poems of Emily Dickinson, published in a series of three volumes at various intervals after her death in 1886, and in a volume entitled The Single Hound, published in 1914, with the addition of a few before omitted, are here collected in a final complete edition.
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