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Bender, David, et al., Readings on Emily Dickinson, Greenhaven, 1997.

This collection offers various critical perspectives on Emily Dickinson's life and poetry. Includes twenty different essays by various authors.

Dickinson, Emily, Final Harvest: Emily Dickinson's Poems, edited by Thomas H. Johnson, Little, Brown, 1961.

An extensive collection of Emily Dickinson's poems. Also includes biographical information.

Krane, Paul, ed., Poetry of the American Renaissance, George Braziller Press, 1995.

This anthology contains a wide spectrum of nineteenth- century American poets, from lesser known authors such as Lydia Sigourney to well-known authors such as Edgar Allen Poe, Ralph Waldo Emerson, and Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.

Longsworth, Polly, The World of Emily Dickinson: A Visual Biography, W. W. Norton, 1990.

This visual biography is made up of an extensive collection of photographs and sketches from the life of Emily Dickinson, including pictures of Amherst, her home, her friends and family.

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