Books: Impregnable of Eye

"Impregnable of Eye"

FURTHER POEMS OF EMILY DICKINSON —Withheld from publication by her sister Lavinia; edited by her niece Martha Dickinson Bianchi and Alfred Leete Hampson—Little Brown ($2.50).

Emily Dickinson, delicate iridescent poet, is the impish New England recluse that hovers within charming mystery. With her father once she journeyed to Philadelphia; went of a Sunday to church, heard a sermon, fell in love with the preacher. The preacher was a married man; Emily Dickinson put him out of her life and then turned poet. Rebel against the...

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