Thursday, 29 December
583. Dickinson’s Writing about the Natural World
7:15–8:30 p.m., Wilson B, Marriott
Program arranged by the Emily Dickinson International Society
Presiding: Vivian R. Pollak, Washington Univ.
1. “Nature Red in Tooth and Gown: Dickinson’s Scandalously Common Clover,” James R. Guthrie, Wright State Univ.
2. “The Birds and the Bees: Emily Dickinson’s Ecological Implications,” Mary Newell, Fordham Univ., Bronx
3. “‘Pass and Counterpass’: The Telegraphic System of the Universe, Biblical Textualization, and Emily Dickinson’s Manuscript Variants,” Melanie Hubbard, Univ. of Tampa
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