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Among the greatest of American poets, Emily Dickinson's work stands the test of time as some of the most beautiful, elegant, insightful, and influential poetry the world has ever seen. Simply put, American literature would not be where it is today without Dickinson's exquisite words.
Volume 3 contains the collection of poems first published in 1896 (ten years after her death). These poems include:
-"I heard a fly buzz when I died..."
-"My life closed twice before its close..."
-"The Brain is wider than the sky..."
-"I felt a funeral in my brain..."
...and well over a hundred more.