“A Quiet Passion” – A New Look at the Life, Loves, Struggles and Poetry of Emily Dickinson
A new film, “A Quiet Passion,” examines the life of the American poet, Emily Dickinson (1830 – 1886). “A Quiet Passion” will be released in limited theaters on April 14. For a brief view, see “A Quiet Passion” Trailer. Because Dickinson is a significant figure in the history of American poetry, we are mentioning this film and providing a “Dig Deeper” compiled by Sarah Wingo, English Literature and Theatre librarian, to help our readers discover more about her.
“Terence Davies interview…” Geoffrey Macnab. Independent. Davis is the director and screen writer for the film.
Emily Dickinson Archive (EDA) provides high-resolution images of Dickinson’s poetry manuscripts along with transcriptions and annotations from selected historical and scholarly editions.
Books by Dickinson in Falvey’s collections
Biographical books about Dickinson
Emily Dickinson Journal This is an academic, not personal journal.
Cambridge Companion to Emily Dickinson
Sarah Wingo, English Literature and Theatre librarian, is the author of this “Dig Deeper.” Contact her if you need help with questions related to English Literature or Theatre. Contact information: office – room 223, telephone 610-519-5183.
Wingo’s photograph by Alice Bampton, Communication and Marketing Dept.
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