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Emily Dickinson.

Author: Emily Dickinson; Teresa M Gallagher; Naxos AudioBooks, Ltd.
Publisher: Franklin, Tenn. : Naxos AudioBooks, ℗2008.
Series: Great poets (Naxos AudioBooks, Ltd.)
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on CD : CD audio : EnglishView all editions and formats
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With a unique voice in American poetry, Emily Dickinson is known for her short poems, which are full of acute observations.
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Genre/Form: Audiobooks
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Emily Dickinson; Teresa M Gallagher; Naxos AudioBooks, Ltd.
ISBN: 9789626348567 9626348569
OCLC Number: 191885744
Notes: "Poetry."
Insert in container (15 p. : port.) includes biographical and historical notes by Roy McMillan.
Credits: Selected and produced by Roy McMillan.
Performer(s): Read by Teresa Gallagher.
Event notes: Recorded at Motivation Sound Studios, London.
Description: 1 audio disc (1 hr., 20 min., 24 sec.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: Compact disc, digital recording.
Contents: A drop fell on the apple tree --
A narrow fellow in the grass --
A poor torn heart, a tattered heart --
A something in a summer's day --
A still--
Volcano--
Life --
A thought went up my mind to-day --
A toad can die of light! A word is dead --
A wounded deer leaps highest adrift! A little boat adrift! --
After great pain, a formal feeling comes --
All the letters I can write alter? When the hills do --
Ample make this bed apparently with no surprise --
As imperceptible as grief Beauty--
be not caused --it is --
Because I could not stop for Death --
Come slowly, Eden! --
Dear March, come in! --
Death is a dialogue between drab habitation of whom --
Drowning is not so pitiful each that we lose takes part of us --
Eden is that old fashioned house Exultation is the going --
Fame is a fickle food finite to fail but infinite to venture --
Forbidden fruit a flavor has forever--
is composed of Nows --
Glee! The great storm is over --
He ate and drank the precious words he fumbles at your Soul --
He touched me, so I live to know --
Heart not so heavy as mine --
Heart! We will forget him! Heaven is what I cannot reach! --
Her final summer was it hope is a subtle glutton --
Hope is the thing with feathers how happy is the little Stone --
How the old Mountains drip with Sunset --
I asked no other thing I bring an unaccustomed wine --
I can wade grief --
I cannot live with you --
I died for beauty, but was scarce --
I dreaded that first Robin, so --
I dwell in Possibility --
I envy seas whereon he rides --
I felt a Funeral, in my Brain --
I gave myself to him --
I had no cause to be awake --
I had no time to hate, because I have never seen "Volcanoes" --
I have no life but this I hear a fly buzz when I died --
I hide myself within my flower I know a place where summer strives --
I know some lonely houses off the road --
I many times thought peace had come I meant to find her when I came --
I meant to have but modest needs --
I never saw a moor --
I should not dare to leave my friend --
I stepped from plank to plank --
I taste a liquor never brewed --
I think the hemlock likes to stand --
I took my power in my hand I went to heaven --
If I can stop one heart from breaking If I may have it when it's dead --
If recollecting were forgetting If you were coming in the fall --
I'll tell you how the Sun rose --
I'm nobody! Who are you? Is Heaven a physician? --
It might be easier it sounded as if the streets were running --
It tossed and tossed --
It was not Death, for I stood up --
It's such a little thing to weep like rain it sounded till it curved --
Love is anterior to life luck is not chance --
Mine by the right of the white election! Mine enemy is growing old --
Much madness is divinest sense my life closed twice before its close --
My life had stood-a loaded gun --
Nature rarer uses yellow not knowing when the dawn will come --
Not with a club, the heart is broken of all the souls that stand create --
On this wondrous sea --
One blessing had I, than the rest --
One need not be a chamber-to be haunted --
Pain has an element of blank proud of my broken heart since thou didst break it --
Safe in their Alabaster Chambers she died-this was the way she died --
Some keep the Sabbath going to church success is counted sweetest --
Surgeons must be very careful tell all the truth but tell it slant --
That after horror --
That I did always love that love is all there is --
The brain within its groove the day came slow till five o'clock --
The dying need but little, Dear --
The grass so little has to do --
The grave my little cottage is the heart asks pleasure first --
The leaves, like women, interchange the moon is distant from the sea --
the one that could repeat the summer day the pedigree of honey --
The rat is the concisest tenant --
The soul has bandaged moments --
The soul should always stand ajar the spider as an artist --
The waters chased him as he fled --
The way I read a letter's this --
The wind begun to rock the grass --
There came a wind like a bugle --
there is no frigate like a book --
There's a certain slant of light --
There's been a death in the opposite house --
They might not need me-yet they might they say that 'time assuages' --
this is my letter to the world --
This world is not conclusion --
"Tis little I could care for pearls --
"Tis not the dying hurts us so to make a prairie it takes a clover and one bee --'Twas like a maelstrom, with a notch --
Unable are the loved to die we never know how high we are --
We never know we go, -when are we going what if I say I shall not wait? --
What inn is this where thou art-that --
While I was fearing it, it came wild nights! Wild nights! --
Will there really be a morning? --
You left me, sweet, two legacies.
Series Title: Great poets (Naxos AudioBooks, Ltd.)
Other Titles: Poems.

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With a unique voice in American poetry, Emily Dickinson is known for her short poems, which are full of acute observations.

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