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  Volume 2, Number 2, Fall 1993

Table of Contents

From: The Emily Dickinson Journal

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From the Editor

p. ix
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"If a lion could talk . . .": Dickinson Translated

pp. 1-13
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Emily Dickinson's Poetic Covenant

pp. 14-39
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Emily Dickinson's Visible Language

pp. 40-57
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Emily Dickinson's Books

pp. 58-65
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Disclosing Pictures: Emily Dickinson's Quotations from the Paintings of Thomas Cole, Frederic Church, and Holman Hunt

pp. 66-77
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Emily Dickinson and The Indicator: A Transcendental Frolic

pp. 78-96
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Outlandish Powers: Dickinson's Capsizals of Genre and Tone

pp. 97-103
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A Perspective on Reading Dickinson in Japan

pp. 104-108
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[Im]pertinent Constructions of Body and Self: Dickinson's Use of the Romantic Grotesque

pp. 109-123
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Challenges Of Portraying Emily Dickinson in William Luce's Play "The Belle of Amherst."

pp. 124-129
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Translation and the Emily Dickinson Lexicon

pp. 130-146
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A Russian Translation/Imitation of Emily Dickinson: "After great pain, a formal feeling comes—"

pp. 147-152
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"After great pain, a formal feeling comes—": The Problems of Translating Dickinson's "Poetry" into Contemporary Japanese "Verse"

pp. 153-159
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Re-playing The Bible: My Emily Dickinson

pp. 160-171
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Teaching Dickinson as a Gen(i)us: Emily Among the Women

pp. 172-180
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Post-Valentine's Day Sestina

pp. 181-182
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Contributors

pp. 183-186
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Research Areas

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