- Writing apart from the mainstream of nineteenth-century poetry Emily Dickinson create 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 Hughes has chosen the pieces he likes best.
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