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pp. 1-1

Title Page, Copyright

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pp. 2-5

Contents

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pp. v-vi

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Acknowledgments

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pp. vii-viii

All poem titles are Emily Dickinson first lines, and each poem is an acrostic of that line. ...

[Were it but Me that gained the Height—]

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pp. 1-2

1. ALL THAT I LOVE, I TREMBLE BY

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pp. 3-12

[Summer laid her simple Hat—]

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pp. 4-13

[I gave myself to Him—]

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pp. 5-14

[At last, to be identified!]

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pp. 6-15

[Afraid! Of whom am I afraid?]

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pp. 7-16

[Delayed till she had ceased to know]

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pp. 8-9

[A darting fear—a pomp—a tear—]

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pp. 10-19

[A Sickness of this World it most occasions]

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pp. 11-12

[The nearest Dream recedes—unrealized—]

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pp. 13-14

[Let my first Knowing be of thee]

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pp. 15-24

The World—stands—solemner—to me]

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pp. 16-17

[Recollect the Face of me]

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pp. 18-27

[Where Thou art—that—is home—]

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pp. 19-28

[I dreaded that first Robin, so]

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pp. 20-29

2. THE WORLD LIKE A WORLD LIKE A WORLD

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pp. 21-30

[This heart that broke so long]

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pp. 22-31

[To my small Hearth His fire came—]

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pp. 23-32

[Hope is a strange invention—]

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pp. 24-33

[The Robin is the One]

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pp. 25-34

[Experiment to me]

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pp. 26-35

[He forgot—and I—remembered—]

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pp. 27-36

[Departed—to the Judgment—]

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pp. 28-37

[Their Height in Heaven comforts not—]

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pp. 29-30

[Candor—my tepid friend—]

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pp. 31-40

[There is a Shame of Nobleness—]

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pp. 32-41

[Of Bronze—and Blaze—]

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pp. 33-42

[A narrow Fellow in the Grass]

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pp. 34-43

[The Devil—had he fidelity]

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pp. 35-44

[The power to be true to You]

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pp. 36-45

[Herein a Blossom lies—]

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pp. 37-46

[The Birds Begun at Four o’clock—]

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pp. 38-47

[Put up my lute!]

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pp. 39-48

[If those I loved were lost]

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pp. 40-49

3. THE GLOW OF THE BIG CORRECTION

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pp. 41-50

[Bloom upon the Mountain—stated—]

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pp. 42-51

[He is alive, this morning—]

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pp. 43-43

[I had some things that I called mine—]

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pp. 44-45

[The Merchant of the Picturesque]

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pp. 46-55

[Some—Work for Immortality—]

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pp. 47-56

[To pile like Thunder to its close]

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pp. 48-49

[The Voice that stands for Floods to me]

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pp. 50-51

[To Love thee Year by Year—]

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pp. 52-61

[A Light exists in Spring]

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pp. 53-62

[You cannot make Remembrance grow]

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pp. 54-63

[Such are the inlets of the mind—]

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pp. 55-64

Notes on Process

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pp. 56-67