Emily Dickinson’s Poems As She Preserved Them is a major new edition of Dickinson’s verse intended for the scholar student and general reader It foregrounds the copies of poems that Dickinson retained for herself during her lifetime in the form she retained them This is the only edition of Dickinson’s complete poems to distinguish in easy visual form the approximately 1100 poems she took pains to copy carefully onto folded sheets in fair hand—arguably to preserve them for posterity—from the poems she kept in rougher form or apparently did not retain It is the first edition to include the alternate words and phrases Dickinson wrote on copies of the poems she retained Readers can see and determine for themselves the extent to which a poem is resolved or fluidWith its clear and uncluttered pages the volume recommends itself as a valuable resource for the classroom and to general readers A Dickinson scholar Cristanne Miller supplies helpful notes that gloss the poet’s uotations and allusions and the contexts of her writing Miller’s Introduction describes Dickinson’s practices in copying and circulating poems and summarizes contentious debates within Dickinson scholarship Emily Dickinson’s Poems As She Preserved Them brings us closer to the writing practice of a crucially important American poet and provides new ways of thinking about Dickinson allowing us to seefully her methods of composing circulating and copying than previous editions have allowed It will be valued by all readers of Dickinson’s poetry Emily Dickinson’s Poems As She Preserved Them is a major new edition of Dickinson’s verse intended for the scholar student and general reader It foregrounds the copies of poems that Dickinson retained for herself during her lifetime in the form she retained them This is the only edition of Dickinson’s complete poems to distinguish in easy visual form the approximately 1100 poems she took pains to copy carefully onto folded sheets in fair hand—arguably to preserve them for posterity—from the poems she kept in rougher form or apparently did not retain It is the first edition to include the alternate words and phrases Dickinson wrote on copies of the poems she retained Readers can see and determine for themselves the extent to which a poem is resolved or fluidWith its clear and uncluttered pages the volume recommends itself as a valuable resource for the classroom and to general readers A Dickinson scholar Cristanne Miller supplies helpful notes that gloss the poet’s uotations and allusions and the contexts of her writing Miller’s Introduction describes Dickinson’s practices in copying and circulating poems and summarizes contentious debates within Dickinson scholarship Emily Dickinson’s Poems As She Preserved Them brings us closer to the writing practice of a crucially important American poet and provides new ways of thinking about Dickinson allowing us to seefully her methods of composing circulating and copying than previous editions have allowed It will be valued by all readers of Dickinson’s poetry Emily Dickinson’s Poems As She Preserved Them is a major new edition of Dickinson’s verse intended for the scholar student and general reader It foregrounds the copies of poems that Dickinson retained for herself during her lifetime in the form she retained them This is the only edition of Dickinson’s complete poems to distinguish in easy visual form the approximately 1100 poems she took pains to copy carefully onto folded sheets in fair hand—arguably to preserve them for posterity—from the poems she kept in rougher form or apparently did not retain It is the first edition to include the alternate words and phrases Dickinson wrote on copies of the poems she retained Readers can see and determine for themselves the extent to which a poem is resolved or fluidWith its clear and uncluttered pages the volume recommends itself as a valuable resource for the classroom and to general readers A Dickinson scholar Cristanne Miller supplies helpful notes that gloss the poet’s uotations and allusions and the contexts of her writing Miller’s Introduction describes Dickinson’s practices in copying and circulating poems and summarizes contentious debates within Dickinson scholarship Emily Dickinson’s Poems As She Preserved Them brings us closer to the writing practice of a crucially important American poet and provides new ways of thinking about Dickinson allowing us to seefully her methods of composing circulating and copying than previous editions have allowed It will be valued by all readers of Dickinson’s poetry