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Anderson, Charles R., Emily Dickinson's Poetry: Stairway of Surprise, Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1960.

Anderson's book examinesDickinson's poetry by examining what he sees as its four major concerns: art, nature, the self, and death. The book also features a short biographical sketch ofDickinson.

Matthiessen, F. O., American Renaissance: Art and Expression in the Age of Emerson and Whitman, Oxford University Press, 1968.

While Matthissen's renowned survey of American literature only mentionsDickinson in passing, it is an invaluable study of the ways in which Emerson affected the nineteenth-century literary scene.

Robinson, John, Emily Dickinson, Faber and Faber, 1986. This short book is both a study of Dickinson's work and an examination of the intellectual climate of theNew England in which she lived and wrote.

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