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Emily Dickinson, on the screen

  Emily Dickinson, on the screen Director Terence Davies visits to show new film, explain affinity with famed poet By Jill Radsken, Harvard Staff Writer Terence Davies comes to the Harvard Film Archive Monday for a screening of “A Quiet …

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Why moody teenagers love Emily Dickinson

Why moody teenagers love Emily Dickinson Click for a full size image   Why moody teenagers love Emily Dickinson The image of Emily Dickinson as a reclusive spinster and ‘patron saint of the shy’ has endeared her to generations of …

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A Poem by Emily Dickinson: Said Death To Passion

Said Death To Passion Said Death to Passion ‘Give of thine an Acre unto me.’ Said Passion, through contracting Breaths ‘A Thousand Times Thee Nay.’ Bore Death from Passion All His East He – sovereign as the Sun Resituated in …

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A Poem by Emily Dickinson : A Secret told

A Secret told A Secret told— Ceases to be a Secret—then— A Secret—kept— That—can appal but One— Better of it—continual be afraid— Than it— And Whom you told it to—beside—     Emily Dickinson

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A Poem by Emily Dickinson : A still—Volcano—Life

A still—Volcano—Life A still—Volcano—Life— That flickered in the night— When it was dark enough to do Without erasing sight— A quiet—Earthquake Style— Too subtle to suspect By natures this side Naples— The North cannot detect The Solemn—Torrid—Symbol— The lips that …

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A Poem by Emily Dickinson : A South Wind—has a pathos

A South Wind—has a pathos A South Wind—has a pathos Of individual Voice— As One detect on Landings An Emigrant’s address. A Hint of Ports and Peoples— And much not understood— The fairer—for the farness— And for the foreignhood.   …

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A Poem by Emily Dickinson : After a hundred years

After a hundred years After a hundred years Nobody knows the place,– Agony, that enacted there, Motionless as peace. Weeds triumphant ranged, Strangers strolled and spelled At the lone orthography Of the elder dead. Winds of summer fields Recollect the …

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