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Bangor Daily News
‘The Belle of Amherst’ beautifully brings Dickinson to life in Brooksville barnEmily Dickinson knew a lot about not succeeding. She wrote nearly 1,800 poems o
Bangor Daily News / Posted 2 hours ago
Emily Dickinson knew a lot about not succeeding. She wrote nearly 1,800 poems on scraps of paper but just seven were published in her lifetime. A recluse, Dickinson spent all of her 55 years living is her father’s house in Amherst, Massachusetts,... Read more
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BC Local News
Film celebrates influential American poetVernon Film Society will bring A Quiet Passion to Vernon audiences Sept. 25 at
BC Local News / Posted yesterday
Vernon Film Society will bring A Quiet Passion to Vernon audiences Sept. 25 at the Vernon Towne Cinema. It's the story of Emily Dickinson, the 19th century poet who was virtually unknown in her lifetime, with fewer than a dozen of her nearly 1,800... Read more
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Vernon Morning Star
Film celebrates influential American poetVernon Film Society will bring A Quiet Passion to Vernon audiences Sept. 25 at
Vernon Morning Star / Posted yesterday
Vernon Film Society will bring A Quiet Passion to Vernon audiences Sept. 25 at the Vernon Towne Cinema. It’s the story of Emily Dickinson, the 19th century poet who was virtually unknown in her lifetime, with fewer than a dozen of her nearly 1,800... Read more
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BC Local News
Ballet B.C. brings touring program to Port Theatre16 + a Room, as "a study of time." She said she drew inspiration from the works
BC Local News / Posted yesterday
16 + a Room, as "a study of time." She said she drew inspiration from the works of British writers Jeanette Winterson, Emily Dickinson and Virginia Woolf and the performance features a textured, electronic score by a German composer. "It's... Read more
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Nanaimo News Bulletin
Ballet B.C. brings touring program to Port Theatre16 + a Room, as “a study of time.” She said she drew inspiration from the works
Nanaimo News Bulletin / Posted yesterday
16 + a Room, as “a study of time.” She said she drew inspiration from the works of British writers Jeanette Winterson, Emily Dickinson and Virginia Woolf and the performance features a textured, electronic score by a German composer. “It’s... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
The top five iTunes songs on the iTunes official music charts for the week ending Sept. 14:up. To sign up, contact Barb at 330-718-3759. New show set at Rust Belt Theate
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 2 days ago
up. To sign up, contact Barb at 330-718-3759. New show set at Rust Belt Theater YOUNGSTOWN Rust Belt Theater to present “EMILY DICKINSON: Vampire Slayer,” a dark musical comedy, at 8 p.m. Friday, Saturday and Sept. 29 and 30. The new show,... Read more
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The Massachusetts Daily Collegian
Fifth annual Poetry Festival readingevening. The crickets in the darkness harmonized with the passing of cars and i
The Massachusetts Daily Collegian / Posted 2 days ago
evening. The crickets in the darkness harmonized with the passing of cars and idle chatter of guests who had come to the Emily Dickinson Museum to hear poetry spoken aloud. Although the speakers had yet to take the stage, the Fifth Annual Amherst... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Rushdie describes an American tragedy in “The Golden House”to classify writers by nationality — Jane Austen is English, Anton Chekhov is R
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 3 days ago
to classify writers by nationality — Jane Austen is English, Anton Chekhov is Russian, Marcel Proust is French, and Emily Dickinson is American. Although born and schooled in Bombay, Salman Rushdie is often tagged as a British... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
It's an extraordinary time to be Traverse City author Doug StantonThe writer really exists in the world.' ” He headed to Hampshire College in Am
Detroit Free Press / Posted 3 days ago
The writer really exists in the world.' ” He headed to Hampshire College in Amherst, Mass., where his senior thesis was on Emily Dickinson, Heraclitus and salmon fishing in northern Michigan — “an amalgam of my interest in poetry, philosophy and... Read more
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Lake Tahoe News
Star Guide: Capturing the total eclipse - againour special glasses until the bite of the moon was completely gone. The experie
Lake Tahoe News / Posted 11 days ago
our special glasses until the bite of the moon was completely gone. The experience reminded me of the closing line of an Emily Dickinson poem “Dissolved as utterly, As birds’ far navigation, Discloses just a hue; A plash of oars-a gaiety, Then... Read more
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The Massachusetts Daily Collegian
Man calls for the town of Amherst to be renamedSolomon Goldstein-Rose said he had heard of people trying to rename the town of
The Massachusetts Daily Collegian / Posted 16 days ago
Solomon Goldstein-Rose said he had heard of people trying to rename the town of Amherst to “Norwottuck, after Emily Dickinson, or perhaps Lord Jeff’s sister or some relative with the same name who wasn’t so awful.” But none of these... Read more
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Crain's New York Business
Raising the next generation of classical music loversdo you get their attention, especially for classical music? We're trying to pl
Crain's New York Business / Posted 17 days ago
do you get their attention, especially for classical music? We're trying to play in schools, such as a concert we did at Emily Dickinson elementary school on the Upper West Side. Conductor Steve Rochen chose dramatic music and explained what was... Read more
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Slate
Behold the Amazing Poetry-Generating Machine!Schwartz notes that most players answer that a particular poem penned by Gertru
Slate / Posted 23 days ago
Schwartz notes that most players answer that a particular poem penned by Gertrude Stein is bot, while another written by an Emily Dickinson–fed algorithm is not. This development may be unsettling to some. After all, there’sa certain strangeness to... Read more
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TribLIVE
Blistering novel takes a whack at Lizzie Borden taleminds of this quartet. Before the book steps off, Schmidt plucks an aphorism fr
TribLIVE / Posted 25 days ago
minds of this quartet. Before the book steps off, Schmidt plucks an aphorism from another famous New England spinster, Emily Dickinson: “We outgrow love like other things / And put it in the drawer.” Back home Lizzie is repeating a favorite... Read more
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Missoulian
‘See What I Have Done’ review: Sarah Schmidt’s blistering novel about Lizzie Bordenminds of this quartet. Before the book steps off, Schmidt plucks an aphorism fr
Missoulian / Posted 27 days ago
minds of this quartet. Before the book steps off, Schmidt plucks an aphorism from another famous New England spinster, Emily Dickinson: “We outgrow love like other things / And put it in the drawer.” The Bordens are not merely loveless, their... Read more
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The Mercury News
Got Bay Area weekend plans? Here are some ideas (Aug. 17 edition)a time, a place, a mood, a spirit. That is certainly true of “A Quiet Passion,”
The Mercury News / Posted 1 months ago
a time, a place, a mood, a spirit. That is certainly true of “A Quiet Passion,” his praised 2016 work on the life of poet Emily Dickinson (portrayed to stunning effect by Cynthia Nixon). The Berkeley Fine Arts Museum/Pacific Film Archives presents... Read more

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