'Dickinson and "that Foreign Lady".' Symbiosis, 4.1 (April 2000) 51-65.

Author: Swyderski, Ann

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This ground-breaking essay on Emil;y Dicknson's use of Elizabeth Barrett Browning was first published in Symbiosis: a Journal of Anglo-American Literary Relations
 
 

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Emily Dickinson; Elizabeth Barrett Browning; transatlantic literary relations; women's poetry; 19th century poets, Aurora Leigh, Atlantic Monthly, Spasmodics, J. T. Fields, 'The Bees ““ became as Butterflies ““ ', 'I think I was enchanted'

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