Aífe Murray - Maid As Muse
Sunday, June 13, 2010 at 1:00 pm
Emily Dickinson was a famous recluse, but she wasn’t alone in her father’s house. Murray, a scholar who has worked at the Emily Dickinson Museum, looks at the poet’s relationship with the various maids and cooks who were her near-constant companions and finds evidence of their cultural and linguistic influence in Dickinson’s writing.
Politics and Prose
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Published: University Press of New England - November 2009
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