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A brave little book that reveals for the first time the identity of the poet´s legendary "mystery lover" as Edward Dickinson, her father. "THE RAPE AND RECOVERY OF EMILY DICKINSON, IN HER WORDS, POEMS OF WITNESS AND WORTH", is a book that lives up to its title, clearly showing through eighty-five of her poems the Hon. Edward Dickinson´s dictatorial, sexual opportunism, tow A brave little book that reveals for the first time the identity of the poet´s legendary "mystery lover" as Edward Dickinson, her father. "THE RAPE AND RECOVERY OF EMILY DICKINSON, IN HER WORDS, POEMS OF WITNESS AND WORTH", is a book that lives up to its title, clearly showing through eighty-five of her poems the Hon. Edward Dickinson´s dictatorial, sexual opportunism, toward his poet-daughter. The truth preserved and her gorgeous sanity immortalized as well as revealed in these poems of paternal deviance. There seems little doubt this unequal, dreadful relationship was suspected beyond mere speculation by an observant sister-in-law next door, Susan Dickinson, and her small insular society of a mid-century Amherst, Massachusetts.


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A brave little book that reveals for the first time the identity of the poet´s legendary "mystery lover" as Edward Dickinson, her father. "THE RAPE AND RECOVERY OF EMILY DICKINSON, IN HER WORDS, POEMS OF WITNESS AND WORTH", is a book that lives up to its title, clearly showing through eighty-five of her poems the Hon. Edward Dickinson´s dictatorial, sexual opportunism, tow A brave little book that reveals for the first time the identity of the poet´s legendary "mystery lover" as Edward Dickinson, her father. "THE RAPE AND RECOVERY OF EMILY DICKINSON, IN HER WORDS, POEMS OF WITNESS AND WORTH", is a book that lives up to its title, clearly showing through eighty-five of her poems the Hon. Edward Dickinson´s dictatorial, sexual opportunism, toward his poet-daughter. The truth preserved and her gorgeous sanity immortalized as well as revealed in these poems of paternal deviance. There seems little doubt this unequal, dreadful relationship was suspected beyond mere speculation by an observant sister-in-law next door, Susan Dickinson, and her small insular society of a mid-century Amherst, Massachusetts.

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