Theatricals Of Day
Emily Dickinson And Nineteenth-Century American Popular Culture
de Sandra Runzo
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Explores how popular culture and entertainments are seen, heard, and felt in Emily Dickinson's writing. Sandra Runzo proposes that the presence of popular entertainment in Dickinson's life and work opens our eyes to new dimensions of the poems, illuminating the ways in which the poet was attentive to strife and conflict, to amusement, and to play.