Emily Dickinson: Pagan Sphinx
GREAT MINDS Emily Dickinson: Pagan Sphinx Gary Sloan That no Flake of [snow] fall on you or them—is a wish that would be a Prayer, were Emily not a Pagan. —Letter to Catherine Sweetser, 1878 When Emily Dickinson (1830–1886) died, she was virtually unknown to the public. Only seven of...
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