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Poems Selected by Ted Hughes




Writing apart from the mainstream of nineteenth-century poetry Emily Dickinson created a language of her own, and her work is both very varied and very consistent in its strength and charm. As Ted Hughes says in his Introduction, 'it is impossible to exhaust the unique art and pleasures of her poetic talent'; for this selection (based entirely on the original texts) he has chosen the pieces he likes best.

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