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McIntosh, Peggy and Ellen Louise Hart, The Heath Anthology of American Literature, Volume One, Second Edition, edited by Paul Lauter, DC Heath and Company, 1994.

Monteiro, George, "Emily Dickinson's 'A Narrow Fellow in the Grass,' " The Explicator, 1992, 120-22.

Oates, Joyce Carol, "Dickinson Constructed Her Own Elusive Image," Readings On Emily Dickinson, edited by David Bender, et al., Greenhaven, 1997.

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