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The Emily Dickinson Reader: An English-To-English Translation of Emily Dickinson's Complete Poems

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Perfect for the poetry fan who is short on time, The Emily Dickinson Reader offers Paul Legaults ingenious and madcap one-line renderings of each of Dickinsons 1,789 poems. Take that familiar chestnut, #314, a la Legault: “Hope is kind of like birds. In that I dont have any.” Or the classic hymn, #615: “God likes to watch.”

As Dickinson herself said in #769 (basically, via our translator): “This dead person used to be a person!”—and The Emily Dickinson Reader is here to tell you what that person meant.

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9781936365982
Author:
Legault, Paul
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McSweeney's Books
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Parodies
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Humor - Jokes
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HUMOR / Parodies
Edition Description:
Trade Cloth
Publication Date:
20120831
Binding:
HARDCOVER
Language:
English
Pages:
248
Dimensions:
7 x 5 in

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Perfect for the poetry fan who is short on time, The Emily Dickinson Reader offers Paul Legaults ingenious and madcap one-line renderings of each of Dickinsons 1,789 poems. Take that familiar chestnut, #314, a la Legault: “Hope is kind of like birds. In that I dont have any.” Or the classic hymn, #615: “God likes to watch.”

As Dickinson herself said in #769 (basically, via our translator): “This dead person used to be a person!”—and The Emily Dickinson Reader is here to tell you what that person meant.

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