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Guthrie, James R.
Submitted by jguthrie on July 26, 2009 - 5:20pm
James R. Guthrie
Emily Dickinson's Vision: Illness and Identity in Her Poetry. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 1998.
"Near-Rhyme and Reason: Style and Personality in Emily Dickinson's Poetry." In Modern Language Association's Approaches to Teaching Emily Dickinson, 1989. 70-77.
"Law, Property, and Provincialism in Dickinson's Poems and Letters to Judge Otis Phillips Lord." The Emily Dickinson Journal. 5:1, 1996. 27-44.
"Dickinson's 'The Parasol is the umbrella's daughter.'" The Explicator. 1996: 2. 84-86.
"A Revolution in Locality: Astronomical Tropes in Emily Dickinson's Poetry." The Midwest Quarterly. 37:4, 1996. 365-82.
"Measuring the Sun: Emily Dickinson's Interpretation of her Optical Illness." ESQ (Emerson Society Quarterly). 1995: 3. 239-55.
"'Before I Got My Eye Put Out': Dickinson's Illness and Its Effects On Her Poetry." Emily Dickinson Bulletin, June 1982. 16-21.
"The Modest Poet's Tactic of Concealment and Surprise: Bird Symbolism in Emily Dickinson's Poetry." ESQ (Emerson Society Quarterly). 1981: 4th Quarter. 230-37.
Work in Progress
Book-length monograph about Thoreau and Emerson