Strategies of Limitation
University of Massachusetts Press
This interpretive study of Emily Dickinson offers a fresh perspective on her use of the limiting factors in her life to accomplish her quest for empowerment. In her efforts to press against the barrier and test the immortality she hoped to find beyond, Dickinson compressed both her personal sphere and her poetry to generate explosive force.
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