Emily Dickinson (1830 - 1886) | Periscope

Despite the fact that Emily Dickinson had little of her poetry published during her lifetime, her work is considered a major influence on modern poetry. Emily's family allowed her limited access to the outside world, but she found a creative outlet in writing poetry. Today her work is read and studied as an important part of American literature.

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