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Emily Dickinson

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Emily Dickinson
Notable Authors
Works Chosen:
Link to her life/time
Name
List of works
Summary/relation of most famous work

1850
“Magnum bonum, harem scarum”
A valentine letter published in Amherst College Indicator, February (L34)
1852
“ ‘Sic transit gloria mundi,’ ”
Published in Springfield Daily Republican (February 20)
Titled “A Valentine”
1858
"Nobody knows this little rose - "
First published Springfield Daily Republican (August 2)
Titled “To Mrs -, with a Rose.”
1861
“I taste a liquor never brewed- ”
First published Springfield Daily Republican (May 4)
Titled “The May-Wine”
1862
"Safe in their Alabaster Chambers - ”
First published in Springfield Daily Republican (March 1)
Titled “
The Sleeping

1864
"
Blazing in Gold, and quenching in Purple

First published in Drum Beat, Brooklyn, NY (February 29)
Titled “Sunset”
"Flowers-Well- if anybody”
First published in Drum Beat, Brooklyn, NY (March 2)
Titled “Flowers”
"These are the days when Birds come back- ”
First published in Drum Beat, Brooklyn, NY (March 11)
Titled “October”
"Some keep the Sabbath going to Church- ”
First published in Round Table, New York (March 12)
Titled “My Sabbath”
“Success is counted sweetest”
First published in Brooklyn Daily Union (April 27, untitled)
1866
"A narrow Fellow in the Grass”
First published in Springfield Daily Republican (February 14)
Titled “The Snake”
1878
"Success is counted sweetest” (only known publication in a book)
Published in A Masque of Poets (Boston: Roberts Bros.)
1852
1851
1855
1867
1854
Major United States Events
Major Worldwide Events
Birth & Death Dates
Theme
Symbols
Wrote From Mid 1850s to mid 1860s.
Summary
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