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Emily Dickinson

Emily Dickinson

By Though Almost All Of Emily Dickinson S Famous Poems, The Morbid, Because I Could Not Stop For Death, To The Uplifting, Hope, Is The Thing With Feathers, Were Published After Her Death, She S Now Considered One Of The Greatest American Poets Of The Century. Read On For Facts, Quotes, More Emily Dickinson S Life

Kryssia Campos/iStock via Getty ImagesSince Emily Dickinson didn’t title her poems, her editors took the liberty of giving some of them titles before publication. Speaking of unconventional, Amherst College owns a lock of Emily Dickinson's hair, which she originally saved for her friend, Emily Fowler. The house where Emily Dickinson was born is now part of the Emily Dickinson Museum in Amherst, Massachusetts. Not only does the college house the largest collection of Emily Dickinson’s work, it also owns the Emily Dickinson Museum, which includes the Homestead—Dickinson’s birthplace and home—and the neighboring property the Evergreens, where her brother’s family lived. Famous Emily Dickinson Poems“Because I Could Not Stop for Death” (1863)“‘Hope’ Is the Thing With Feathers” (1861)“I’m Nobody!