"Fame is a fickle food / Upon a shifting plate, / [...] / Men eat of it and die." Throughout her life, Emily Dickinson worked in near-total obscurity, building a body of work exceeding eighteen-hundred poems. In these poems on love, life, death, and nature, Dickinson's status as one of America's most gifted poets is beyond dispute.
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