Emily Dickinson Emily Dickinson was born in Amherst, Massachusetts, on December 10 1830. She is now recognised as one of the founders of a uniquely American poetic voice, along with Walt Whitman. Although Dickinson was poetically prolific during her life, her work was neither published nor acclaimed until after her death in Cambridge on May 15 1886.
AITLC Guide to Emily Dickinson List of resource links for Dickinson, including her writings, life and times.
Biography of Emily Dickinson (1830-1886) Biography discussing Dickinson's family life and her mode of writing.
Brief Biography of Emily Dickinson In fact, not so brief, and with hypertext links to relevant points of interest.
Creative Quotations from Emily Dickinson A small collection of quotes from Dickinson's works.
Dashing Genius: Emily Dickinson and the Punctuation of Cognition Academic essay on Dickinson's use of the dash as punctuation.
Dead Poets Circle - Focus: Emily Dickinson Biography which details Dickinson's family life and the influences on her poetry.
Emily Dickinson Biography with a range of interesting links including 490 of Dickinson's poetry texts online, favourite recipes and more.
Emily Dickinson Brief analysis of Dickinson and her writing.
Emily Dickinson Detailed biography information about Dickinson, plus interpretation of her poetry.
Emily Dickinson - A Few Selected Poems A small selection of some of the best known of Dickinson's poems.
Emily Dickinson and The Youth's Companion Interesting site featuring an archive of Dickinson poems published in The Youth's Companion.
Emily Dickinson 1830-1886 A collection of six of Dickinson's poetry texts.
Emily Dickinson 1830-1886 A selection of Dickinson's poetry, including There's a certain slant of light.
Emily Dickinson 1830-1886 Biography, bibliography and selected works of Dickinson.
Emily Dickinson 1830-1886 Biography which assesses the influence of Dickinson's circumstances on her poetry.
Emily Dickinson (1830-1886) Detailed biography including quotes from Dickinson's poems, plus a bibliography.
Emily Dickinson (1830-1886) Essay on Dickinson's life highlighted with examples of her poetry.
Emily Dickinson 1830-1886 Lots of useful links and resources for reading and understanding Dickinson's poetry.
Emily Dickinson (1830-86) Useful resource links grouped into three sections of general resources, writings and related sites.
Emily Dickinson: Nursery Rhyme Genre Discusses the nursery themes in Dickinson's works as metaphors for the struggle to grow up.
Emily Dickinson Poems On-line Over 500 poems of Dickinson's are online, and this site features links to them.
Emily Dickinson Resources A useful list of links for related material on Dickinson.
Emily Dickinson Sites On and Off the Web List of links to sites for information about Dickinson.
Emily Dickinson's Letters A scholarly article in The Atlantic Monthly analysing Dickinson's letters.
Emily Dickinson (Un)discovered Short essay in The Atlantic Monthly discussing why Dickinson's works were not published in her lifetime.
Find a Grave: Emily Dickinson Photograph of Dickinson's grave, with an area map.
MAP: Emily Dickinson (1830-1886) Interpretations and analyses of a selection of Dickinson's poems, plus an essay on her use of the dash.
Neurotic Poets: Emily Elizabeth Dickinson (1830-1886) An analysis of Dickinson's life interleaved with examples of her poetry.
PAL: A Research and Reference Guide Comprehensive resource for studying Dickinson and her poetry, including the times she lived in and an extensive bibliography.
Poetry Exhibits - Emily Dickinson Biography, bibliography, links to other related sites and the texts of some of Dickinson's poems.
Selected Poetry of Emily Dickinson (1830-1886) A selection of Dickinson poetry texts, with information about what versions the poems are.
Susan Howe, My Emily Dickinson Excerpts from Howe's interpretation and analysis of Dickinson's poems.
The Complete Poems of Emily Dickinson Allegedly all the texts of Dickinson's poems - 1775 of them are available here.
The Dickinson Homestead Information about the home of Dickinson, where she lived all but 15 years of her life and did most of her writing.
The Emily Dickinson International Society A forum for appreciation of Emily Dickinson's life and writings, and for scholarly research on Dickinson and her relationship to the tradition of American poetry and women's literature.
The Poetry of Emily Dickinson Read by Laura Lee Parrotti in RealAudio If you've got the RealAudio plug-in, here you can listen to a selection of Dickinson's poems.
The World of Emily Dickinson Lots of links to Dickinson resources, including poetry texts, biographies, analyses of her work and more.
Virtual Emily A brief bio and a virtual walk through the life and times of Dickinson.
Women's Studies Database - Reading Room Texts of a selection of 100 of Dickinson's poems.