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Dickinson UnboundPaper, Process, Poetics$

Alexandra Socarides

Print publication date: 2012

Print ISBN-13: 9780199858088

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: September 2012

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199858088.001.0001

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(p.199) Poems Referenced

(p.199) Poems Referenced

Source:
Dickinson Unbound
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Oxford University Press

Bibliography references:

“Awake ye muses nine, sing me a strain divine” (F 1), 65

“On this wondrous sea” (F 3), 24

“I had a guinea golden—” (F 12), 49

“There is a morn by men unseen—” (F 13), 49–51

“As if I asked a common alms—” (F 14), 14, 49–77

“She slept beneath a tree—” (F 15), 49–51

“If those I loved were lost” (F 20), 25–26

“On such a night, or such a night” (F 84), 185n3

“South Winds jostle them—” (F 98), 55–57, 180n15

“These are the days when Birds come back—” (F 122), 190n12

“Safe in their Alabaster Chambers—” (F 124), 54–56, 114, 180n14

“Bring me the sunset in a cup—” (F 140), 185n3

“All overgrown by cunning moss” (F 146), 81–89, 91, 94–96, 101, 104, 188n32

“She died—this was the way she died” (F 154), 86–89

“She went as quiet as the Dew” (F 159), 86–89

“A fuzzy fellow, without feet—” (F 171), 185n3

“A Wife—at Daybreak—I shall be—” (F 185), 25–26

“Through the strait pass of suffering—” (F 187), 56

“’Tis Anguish grander than Delight” (F 192), 116–118

“I’ll tell you how the Sun rose—” (F 204), 54–56, 180n14

“A feather from the Whippowil” (F 208), 185n3

“Would you like Summer? Taste of our’s—” (F 272), 56

“Going to Him! Happy letter!” (F 277), 53

“We play at Paste—” (F 282), 54–56, 180n14

“My first well Day—since many ill—” (F 288), 185n3

“It sifts from Leaden Sieves—” (F 291), 6–13, 18, 185n3

“The nearest Dream recedes—unrealized—” (F 304), 54–56, 180n14

“A Shady friend—for Torrid days—” (F 306), 185n3

“She sweeps with many-colored Brooms—” (F 318), 185n3

“There came a Day at Summer’s full” (F 325), 55–56, 100, 180n15

“Of all the Sounds despatched abroad” (F 334), 55–56, 180n15, 185n3

“Before I got my eye put out” (F 336), 58

“Tie the strings to my Life, My Lord” (F 338), 185n3

“I’m ceded—I’ve stopped being Their’s—” (F 353), 185n3

“It was not Death, for I stood up” (F 355), 40–44

“If you were coming in the Fall” (F 356), 41–44

“A Bird came down the Walk—” (F 359), 180n15, 185n3

(p.200) “I tend my flowers for thee—” (F 367), 185n3

“After great pain, a formal feeling comes—” (F 372), 97

“The Grass so little has to do” (F 379), 185n3

“It dont sound so terrible—quite—as it did—” (F 384), 87

“I’ll clutch—and clutch—” (F 385), 185n3

“Over and over, like a Tune—” (F 406), 87

“The Soul selects her own Society—” (F 409), 190n12

“Your Riches, taught me, poverty—” (F 418), 180n15

“The first Day’s Night had come—” (F 423), 105–106, 185n3

“‘Twas like a Maelstrom, with a notch” (F 425), 185n3

“I—Years—had been—from Home—” (F 440), 37–40, 105–106

“You’ll find—it when you try to die—” (F 441), 39–40

“They shut me up in Prose—” (F 445), 52–53

“This was a Poet—” (F 446), 53

“Without this—there is nought—” (F 464), 185n3

“I dwell in Possibility—” (F 466), 53

“Because I could not stop for Death—” (F 479), 94–96, 98, 102, 104, 131

“He fought like those Who’ve nought to lose—” (F 480), 97

“Wolfe demanded during Dying” (F 482), 97

“Most she touched me by her muteness—” (F 483), 97

“From Blank to Blank—” (F 484), 97–98, 102, 185n3

“The Whole of it came not at once—” (F 485), 97

“Presentiment—is that long shadow—on the Lawn—” (F 487), 97

“You constituted Time—” (F 488), 97

“The World—feels Dusty” (F 491), 97

“The Day undressed—Herself—” (F 495), 97

“The Beggar Lad—dies early—” (F 496), 97

“The Spider holds a Silver Ball” (F 513), 190n17

“This is my letter to the World” (F 519), 53

“They dropped like Flakes—” (F 545), 185n3

“There’s been a Death, in the Opposite House” (F 547), 89-94, 104

“I measure every Grief I meet” (F 550), 92–93, 184n26

“There is a Langour of the Life” (F 552), 93

“It’s Coming—the postponeless Creature—” (F 556), 93

“Did Our Best Moment last—” (F 560), 93

“She hideth Her the last—” (F 564), 93

“Two Butterflies went out at Noon” (F 571), 190n12

“You’ll know Her—by Her Foot—” (F 604), 185n3

“I saw no Way—The Heavens were stitched—” (F 633), 185n3

“Just to be Rich” (F 635), 190n12

“Death sets a Thing significant” (F 640), 185n3

“I started Early—Took my Dog—” (F 656), 131

“I could not prove the Years had feet—” (F 674), 129

“Dont put up my Thread & Needle—” (F 681), 185n3

“My Life had stood—a Loaded Gun—” (F 764), 131

“The Definition of Beauty, is” (F 797), 188n33

“Love reckons by itself—alone—” (F 812), 190n12

“This Consciousness that is aware” (F 817), 114-116

“We can but follow to the Sun—” (F 845), 188n31

“A Drop fell on the Apple Tree—” (F 846), 124, 190n12

“Her final Summer was it—” (F 847), 124, 188n32

“By my Window have I for Scenery” (F 849), 124–128

“‘I want’—it pleaded—All it’s life—” (F 851), 188n32

“It was a Grave—yet bore no Stone—” (F 852), 124

(p.201) “She staked Her Feathers—Gained an Arc—” (F 853), 188n32

“She rose to His Requirement—dropt” (F 857), 188n32

“Time feels so vast that were it not” (F 858), 124–125

“No Notice gave She, but a Change—” (F 860), 188n32

“They say that ‘Time assuages’—” (F 861), 125

“On the Bleakness of my Lot” (F 862), 125

“A Plated Life—diversified” (F 864), 188n32

“This Dust, and it’s Feature—” (F 866), 119–120, 128–129

“I felt a Cleaving in my Mind—” (F 867), 15, 105–129, 184–185n1, 188n3

“Fairer through Fading—as the Day” (F 868), 120–121, 124

“What I see not, I better see—” (F 869), 121–122

“I meant to find Her when I Came—” (F 881), 190n12

“Further in Summer than the Birds” (F 895), 12

“She sped as Petals from a Rose—” (F 897), 100

“Split the Lark—and you’ll find the Music—” (F 905), 53, 129, 179n5

“As imperceptibly as Grief” (F 935), 190n12

“Crumbling is not an instant’s Act” (F 1010), 111

“This Chasm, Sweet, opon my life” (F 1061), 185n3

“Sang from the Heart, Sire” (F 1083), 185n3

“A narrow Fellow in the Grass” (F 1096), 45

“The Crickets sang” (F 1104), 185n3

“I noticed People disappeared” (F 1154), 163–164

“The Snow that never drifts—” (F 1155), 6

“A Spider sewed at Night” (F 1163), 185n3, 190n17

“Contained in this short Life” (F 1175), 134–138

“Step lightly on this narrow spot—” (F 1227), 185n3

“Fortitude incarnate” (F 1255), 133–134

“The Clover’s simple Fame” (F 1256), 191–192n33

“A Sparrow took a slice of Twig” (F 1257), 189n9

“A Word dropped careless on a Page” (F 1268), 185n3

“Power is a familiar growth—” (F 1287), 164–166

“In this short Life that only lasts an hour” (F 1292), 160–162

“The Infinite a sudden Guest” (F 1344), 162–163

“Crisis is sweet and yet the Heart” (F 1365), 133–134

“The Spider as an Artist” (F 1373), 145–146, 190n17

“How fits his Umber Coat” (F 1414), 185n3

“What mystery pervades a well!” (F 1433), 142–145

“To mend each tattered Faith” (F 1468), 185n3

“One note from One Bird” (F 1478), 161–162

“To see the Summer Sky” (F 1491), 166–167

“We never know we go when we are going—” (F 1546), 162–163

“The Things that never can come back, are several—” (F 1564), 146–152, 159

“Echo has no Magistrate—” (F 1569), 138–140

“Of Death I try to think like this” (F 1588), 182n1

“To see her is a Picture—” (F 1597), 189n9

“To be forgot by thee” (F 1601), 146, 152–156

“This Me—that walks and works—must die” (F 1616), 185n3

“To her derided Home” (F 1617), 146, 157–159

“A Drunkard cannot meet a Cork” (F 1630), 139–140

“The pedigree of Honey” (F 1650), 140–142

“A Letter is a joy of Earth—” (F 1672), 53

“Of Yellow was the outer Sky” (F 1733), 185n3

“In Winter in my Room” (F 1742), 185n3 (p.202)