And We Stay - Chapter 23 Summary & Analysis

Jenny Hubbard
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Since Emily has been at ASG, she’s finished 27 poems, plus the one about her abortion that she hides under her mattress. In addition, she has a variety of poem fragments. It was Emily Dickinson’s younger sister who had the poet's work published after her sister’s death. Emily can’t decide how she feels about this as she wouldn’t want her own poems published. She defaces the application form for the poetry contest and throws it in the trash. The next morning when she wakes, she finds Emily Dickinson’s dress has been stuffed into her underwear drawer. Emily looks for Amber but can’t find her. She stops by Madame Colche’s house and asks to be allowed to visit The Emily Dickinson House, but her request is denied.

Emily decides it is time to make something happen. She walks...

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