Only recently have scholars recognized the importance of the Civil War in Emily Dickinson's life and poetic experience. Of the 1789 poems that she wrote during her lifetime, 989 of them seem to have been written during the Civil War Year. This clip is taken from Angles of a Landscape: Seeing New Englandly.
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The two main repositories of the primary texts of Emily Dickinson are The Emily Dickinson Collection at Harvard University and The Emily Dickinson Collection at Amherst College, available through the Five College Archives & Manuscript Collection.
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