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Heginbotham, Eleanor Elson
Submitted by eheginbotham on July 26, 2009 - 5:23pm
Eleanor Elson Heginbotham
Reading the Fascicles of Emily Dickinson: Dwelling in Possibilities. Columbus, The Ohio State University Press, 2003
"Reading Dickinson in Her Context" in A Companion to Emily Dickinson. Ed Martha Nell Smith and Mary Loefelholz. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing, 2008.
"Dickinson's 'What if I say I shall not wait!'" The Explicator. Spring 1996.
Emily Dickinson Encyclopedia. Contributor of five articles.
"'No Romance Sold': Representing Dickinson in Fiction." Emily Dickinson International Society Bulletin. Spring 1998.
"'Paradise Fictitious': Dickinson's Milton." Emily Dickinson Journal. Spring 1998.
"'Saint Emily' and Kathleen Norris." Emily Dickinson International Society Bulletin. Fall,1997.
Work in Progress
Dickinson's Fascicles: A Spectrum of Possibilities (working title of collection of essays, co-edited with Paul Crumbley
"'What are you reading now?': Dickinson's Epistolary Book Club" for a volume of essays on letters Ed. Jane Eberwein and Cynthia MacKenzie, forthcoming.
Essays on Louisa May Alcott and on Henry David Thoreau for Student Encyclopedia of Great American Writers reflect an interest in other Nineteenth Century Writers
Another different interest: the Women of the Beat Movement
And wildly different from all this: history of one of the churches of the District of Columbia, which is really a study of the city itself.