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By the late 1 850s, when she was writing poems at a steadily increasing pace,
Emily Dickinson loved a man whom she called "Master" in three drafts of letters. "
Master" does not exactly resemble any of Emily's known friends but may have ...
Drayton spent his early years in the service of Sir Henry Goodere, to whom he
owed his education, and whose daughter, Anne, he celebrated as Idea in his
poems. His first published work, The Harmonie of the Church (1591), contains
His earlier poems were collected in The Years as Catches: First Poems, 1939-
1946 (1966), and his poems of the 1950s appear in Derivations: Selected Poems
, 1950-56 (1968). The Opening of the Field (1960), Roots and Branches (1964), ...
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