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Skies in Blossom: The Nature Poetry of Emily Dickinson
Jonathan Cott (ed); Mary Frank (il)
Emily Dickinson’s most wondrous poetry emerged from her encounters with the creatures & objects of nature that surrounded her Amherst home. This collection pays tribute to her poetry’s magic, with 43 poems that glow with the “suchness” & “nowness” of robins, bats, mushrooms, stones, snakes, dandelions, hummingbirds, dawns, & summer showers. Dickinson’s words grow out of an intense, almost spiritual awareness of her world, a communion with it, blended of equal parts watchful attentiveness & metaphysical wonder. Frank suffuses her 21 shadow papers -- forms cut from paper that come alive when held up to light -- with the same balance of austerity & glorious fullness that is the hallmark of Dickinson’s poetry.
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