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  Volume 15, Number 2, 2006

Table of Contents

From: The Emily Dickinson Journal

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Editorial Note

p. vii
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Poets on Emily Dickinson

Dickinson in the Kitchen

pp. 1-3
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Looking for Trouble

pp. 4-5
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Translations of Claire Malroux and Guy Goffette: Introduction

pp. 6-7
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The Key

pp. 8-9
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The Interior Atlas

pp. 10-13
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Emily Dickinson

p. 14
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Emily Degree Zero

pp. 15-17
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Her Own Society: An Acrostic for Emily

pp. 18-19
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Emily Revisited

pp. 20-21
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So

pp. 22-33
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Experience is the Angled Road

pp. 34-37
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My Favorite Poet

pp. 38-39
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"lives - like Dollars": Dickinson and the Poetics of Witness

pp. 40-46
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Hermetic Memory: An Exchange on Dickinson Between Two Poets

pp. 47-53
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A Finished Feeling

pp. 54-55
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Out of the Door of the Mouth

pp. 56-57
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Some Thoughts about Dickinson's "Dont put up my Thread & Needle"

pp. 58-65
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I.E., On Emily & Influence

pp. 67-68
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Essays

Rethinking the Fascicles: Dickinson's Writing, Copying, and Binding Practices

pp. 69-94
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Ardent Spirits: Temperance in Emily Dickinson's Writing

pp. 95-112
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Book Reviews

Reading the Fascicles of Emily Dickinson: Dwelling in Possibilities (review)

pp. 113-115
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A Door Ajar: Contemporary Writers and Emily Dickinson (review)

pp. 115-119
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Emily Dickinson's Shakespeare (review)

pp. 119-122
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 123-126
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Research Areas

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