Obituary for Emily Dickinson 10

Search form

eluding their bungling
fettered grasp. So intimate
and passionate, her love of
Nature, she seemed herself a part
of the high March sky - the
Summer day and bird call.
Keen and eclectic in her
literary tastes, she sifted
Libraries to Shakespeare and
Browning - quick as lightning
in her intuitions, and analyses,
she seized the kernel in-
stantly, almost impati impatient
of the fewest words by which