1930s' Emily Dickinson (NEMLA 2013)

It could be said that our modern ideas of Emily Dickinson began to be formed most solidly by the critical work, biographical conjecture, and creative reimaginings of Dickinson’s life done by1930s scholars and artists. In 1930 alone, three biographies were produced of the poet, including Genevieve Taggard's The Life and Mind of Emily Dickinson, and Allen Tate published his seminal essay "New England Culture and Emily Dickinson."  In addition, a new collection of poetry was brought ...

Sponsoring Organization(s) : 
NeMLA
Event type: 
Event
Event date: 
Thursday, March 21, 2013 to Sunday, March 24, 2013
Event Location: 
Boston, MA
Abstract due date: 
Sunday, September 30, 2012
Categories: 
American
Interdisciplinary
Genre & Form
Gender & Sexuality
Literary Theory
Transcendentalists
1865-1914
20th & 21st Century
Poetry
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