In Emily Dickinson's Own Words: Letters and Poems

Analyze the depth and beauty of American Literature by reading Emily Dickinson's letters and poems. The class analyzes Dickinson's poetic style and discusses Thomas Wentworth Higginson's editorial relationship with Dickinson. They pay close attention to the tensions in the poem "I Dwell in Possibility" and reflect upon the concept of artistic persona. The lesson culminates in a written response to Wentworth's article.

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10th - Higher Ed
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English Language Arts
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