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TagsDickinson (7), Robert F.-Bookseller Catalogs. (1), Emily-Poems. Dickinson (1), Emily-Poems that Appeal to Children. (1), Emily-Bookseller's Catalogs. Lucas (1), Massachusetts-Historical Essays. Dickinson (1), Amherst (1), Massachusetts-History. Dickinson (1), Emily-Collections in Libraries. (1), Susan Huntington Gilbert-Published Works. (1) — see all tags

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About meI view myself as the temporary custodian of a collection that will one day, it is hoped, find a welcome home in a research library with a strong Emily Dickinson collection.

About my libraryThe "bibliodaisy" library is devoted exclusively to one author, Emily Dickinson. Included are the primary texts of her works (letters and poems) and the essential reference works (concordances, bibliographies, handbooks, etc.). The principal focus of the library-in terms of sheer numbers- is its core of secondary works about Emily and her Amherst. The collection includes books, pamphlets, videos, newspapers, exhibit catalogs and other ephemeral print items, offprints of scholarly articles and signed or inscribed copies of scholarly books and monographs.

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Member sinceDec 30, 2008

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