Emily Dickinson

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Emily Dickinson

"'Hope' is the thing with feathers -That perches in the soul -And sings the tune without the words -And never stops - at all -"

Late 60'sDickinson's period of reclusion begins. She does not leave her house.

Emily DickinsonTimeline by K. Elizabeth Anders

1840Emily moves with her parents, her brother Austin, and her sister Lavinia to Amherst, Massachusetts where she attends Amherst Academy until 1847.

1830

1840

10 December 1830Emily Elizabeth Dickinson is born in Amherst, Massachusetts.

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1880

20 February 1852Emily's first publication (anonymously) in The Springfield Daily Republican.

Late 70'sDickinson begins a romantic relationship with Otis Phillips Lord.

15 May 1886Emily Dickinson dies of a kidney ailment, called nephritis. She is buried in West Cemetery in Amherst.

1890

1890Dickinson's sister, Lavinia, discovers Emily's unpublished poems. They are published together for the first time four years after Emily's death.


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