Emily Dickinson Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

Emily Dickinson Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other


This Biography is about one of the best Poet Emily Dickinson including her Height, weight, Age & Other Detail…

Biography Of Emily Dickinson
Real Name Emily Dickinson
Profession Poets
Famous as Poet
Nationality American
Personal life of Emily Dickinson
Born on 10 December 1830
Birthday 10th December
Died At Age 55
Sun Sign Sagittarius
Born in Amherst
Died on 15 May 1886
place of death Amherst
Diseases & Disabilities Depression
City Massachussets
Epitaphs Called back
Family Background of Emily Dickinson
Father Edward Dickinson
mother Emily Norcross Dickinson
Siblings William Austin Dickinson, Lavinia Norcross Dickinson
Married No
Education Amherst College, Mount Holyoke College
Personal Fact of Emily Dickinson

Emily Dickinson is hailed as one of the most prolific American poets of all time. Her legendary poems such as Because I could not stop for Death, Success is counted Sweetest and plenty others, have not only found a placeon the shelves of major libraries, but have also occupied a convenient spot in the syllabi of eminent universities.

It is odd that even though she possessed such articulate written skills, she lived her life in solitude and hardly interacted with family and society. Those who have read her poetry would testify to the fact that most of her greatest works reflect a serene, melancholic spirit. She not only wrote 1100 poetries in her youth, but also wrote hundreds of letters that mirrored unblemished compositions of finest literary work in the history of American Literature.

Gifted with the art of weaving sentiments into words, it was unfortunate that her work was largely published posthumously as a result of her isolation; her contemporaries did not have much knowledge of the tremendous literary abilities she possessed. Her poems have beenappreciated for her irregular use of punctuation and uncustomary capitalisation of letters, withbrief lines bearing profuse meaning.


Total Page Visits: 217 - Today Page Visits: 1