The Collected Poems of Emily Dickinson
By “collected”, the publisher means “everything”. This volume contains every one of the Dickinson’s 1,775 poems – available in their original form with no editorial revisions (some editors have taken it upon themselves to “fix” some of Dickinson’s curious capitalization and punctuation, which is not the case in this volume).
If you’re not familiar with Dickinson’s poems, they offer musicality and elegance and a certain kind of darkness. While Dickinson didn't write for publication (only 11 pieces were published during her lifetime), her work has met wondrous postmortem praise of literary critics and laymen alike. Explore. Read. Enjoy.