As private as she was eccentric, Emily Dickinson published only a handful of poems in her lifetime. Most of her work, much of which dealt with themes of death and immortality, was published posthumously, to mixed reviews. But it would be her unconventional poetic style, which was most criticized early on, that would ultimately gain her recognition as one of the greatest American poets of all time.
Here, a lovely sampling of the poems of Emily Dickinson is brought to your ears by Patricia Rodriguez, Richard Mitchely, Tim Graham, Gideon Wagner, and Ghizela Rowe.
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