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  Volume 22, Number 2, 2013

Table of Contents

Editor’s Note

p. vi
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Emily Dickinson’s Asian Consumption

pp. 1-25
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Emily Dickinson and Japanese Aesthetics

pp. 26-45
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Deconstructing Dickinson’s Dharma

pp. 46-64
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Dickinson’s “power to die” from a Transcultural Perspective

pp. 65-85
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Transcendental Meditation: Sustainability Studies and Dickinson’s Breath

pp. 86-106
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Translation and Reception

A Scrutiny into Chinese Translations of Emily Dickinson’s Poetry (1984-2011)

pp. 107-127
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Book Reviews

To Fight Aloud Is Very Brave: American Poetry and the Civil War by Faith Barrett (review)

pp. 128-131
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No Rose, Yet Felt Myself A’bloom: Selected Dickinson’s Poems (不是玫瑰,如花盛开:狄金森诗选) tr. by Yanbin Kang (review)

pp. 131-134
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Contributors

pp. 135-136
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EDIS Awards

pp. 140-141
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EDIS Calls for Papers, Announcements, and Awards

pp. 141-142
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Research Areas

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