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Spring 1984

Spring 1984

Volume 60, Number 2

  • Joyce Van Dyke’s “Inventing Emily Dickinson”
  • Nathan A. Scott’s “Elizabeth Bishop: Poet Without Myth”
  • George C. Herring’s “Some Legacies and Lessons of Vietnam”
  • Sterling J. Kernek’s “Historical Reflections on the Dangers Ahead”
  • Stories by Joyce Van Dyke, Nathan A. Scott, George C. Herring, and Sterling J. Kernek
  • Poetry by Stuart Dybek, Jack Anderson, Marvin Bell, and Robert Morgan
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Spring 1984

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Inventing Emily Dickinson

With a name like Hero, the heroine of Much Ado about Nothing could hardly escape the villain's slander: "Leonato's Hero, your Hero, every man's Hero." Our image of Emily Dickinson seems to have succumbed to a similar confusion: reading about her crea [...]

Author Profiles