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Aiken, Conrad, "Emily Dickinson," in The Recognition of Emily Dickinson: Selected Criticism since 1890, edited by Caesar R. Blake and Carlton F. Wells, University of Michigan Press, 1964.

Bates, Arlo, "Miss Dickinson's Poems," in The Recognition of Emily Dickinson: Selected Criticism since 1890, edited by Caesar R. Blake and Carlton F. Wells, University of Michigan Press, 1964.

Bloom, Harold, Emily Dickinson, Chelsea House, 1999, p. 11.

Carmen, Bliss, "A Note on Emily Dickinson," in The Recognition of Emily Dickinson: Selected Criticism since 1890, edited by Caesar R. Blake and Carlton F. Wells, University of Michigan, 1964, p. 63.

Denman, Kamilla, "Emily Dickinson's Volcanic Punctuation," in Emily Dickinson: A Collection of Critical Essays, edited by Judith Farr, Prentice Hall, 1996, p. 196.

Dickenson, Donna, Emily Dickinson, Berg Publishers, 1985, p. 80.

Dickinson, Emily, The Complete Poems of Emily Dickinson, edited by Thomas H. Johnson, Little, Brown & Co., 1960.

Doriani, Beth Maclay, Emily Dickinson: A Daughter of Prophecy, University of Massachusetts, 1996, pp. 8, 110.

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