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The “Belle of Amherst,” as Emily Dickinson (1830—1886) was known, was the reclusive, eccentric daughter of an academic New England family. Though known as a poet and prolific letter-writer in life, she published fewer than a dozen of her poems—and not even her family suspected that her carefully kept manuscripts, which she requested be destroyed upon…

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