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Wild-Nights-with-Emily_2018 [En]



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1 {\i1}Speaking of the life\Nof Emily Dickinson{\i0} Translate:
2 {\i1}and her famous reclusivity...{\i0} Translate:
3 Susan. Translate:
4 {\i1}Too much has been made of late of\NEmily Dickinson's girlhood friendship{\i0} Translate:
5 {\i1}with her brother's wife, Susan,\Nthe daughter of a tavern keeper.{\i0} Translate:
6 {\i1}But first, let me tell my story.{\i0} Translate:
7 {\i1}I had just moved to town\Nwith my husband,{\i0} Translate:
8 {\i1}who had taken a job\Nat the university,{\i0} Translate:
9 {\i1}and my young daughter,\NMillicent.{\i0} Translate:
10 {\i1}Austin and Susan Dickinson were\Nthe social center of the village.{\i0} Translate:
11 {\i1}Even at the first party\NI attended,{\i0} Translate:
12 {\i1}I heard whispers about an\Nunusual sister of Mr. Dickinson.{\i0} Translate:
13 {\i1}They called her "the myth."{\i0} Translate:
14 {\i1}She never attended\Nthese gatherings,{\i0} Translate:
15 {\i1}even though\Nshe lived right next door.{\i0} Translate:
16 {\i1}I also met Mr. Dickinson's\Nsister, Lavinia,{\i0} Translate:
17 {\i1}who was having\Na gay time at the party.{\i0} Translate:
18 {\i1}Lavinia invited me\Nto come play the piano{\i0} Translate:
19 {\i1}at the house that she shared\Nwith her sister Emily.{\i0} Translate:
20 {\i1}I met all the members of the\NDickinson family that night.{\i0} Translate:
21 {\i1}All but one.{\i0} Translate:
22 {\i1}I've just been reading\Nan excerpt{\i0} Translate:
23 {\i1}from the galleys\Nof my upcoming book{\i0} Translate:
24 {\i1}entitled{\i0} Scurrilous But True, Translate:
25 {\i1}which details how I assembled\Nthe first-ever volumes of work{\i0} Translate:
26 {\i1}by the undiscovered American\Npoet Emily Dickinson.{\i0} Translate:
27 {\i1}I'm often asked to share\Nmy memories of Emily Dickinson,{\i0} Translate:
28 {\i1}since I was so often\Nat her house,{\i0} Translate:
29 {\i1}where the spinster recluse\Nnever left her bedroom{\i0} Translate:
30 {\i1}and I never saw her.{\i0} Translate:
31 {\i1}I did look on her face\Nbut one time...{\i0} Translate:
32 {\i1}When she was in her coffin.{\i0} Translate:
33 {\i1}As I gazed upon her lying there,{\i0} Translate:
34 {\i1}I knew that I had to be the one to\Npublish her first book of poetry,{\i0} Translate:
35 {\i1}and I did exactly that in 1890.{\i0} Translate:
36 Which makes me the first-ever\Neditor of Emily Dickinson's work. Translate:
37 Hello! Translate:
38 Look what I have for you,\Nchildren! Translate:
39 - Thank you.\N- Like that? Translate:
40 Thank you! Translate:
41 Bye. Translate:
42 When Emily's sister, Lavinia, Translate:
43 went into Emily's room\Nafter Emily had passed, Translate:
44 Lavinia opened a trunk. Translate:
45 She was surprised to find\Nthousands of poems. Translate:
46 She had no idea that Emily\Nhad been writing so much. Translate:
47 It was quite\Noverwhelming for her. Translate:
48 So, she brought\Nall the poems to me. Translate:
49 Since no one would publish\Na book of Emily's poems, Translate:
50 which was rejected many times, Translate:
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