Emily Dickinson, I Dies for Beauty - Ultra Lined Journal
Among the finest poets America has ever produced, Emily Dickinson lived a life of quiet solitude. A master of the short lyric poem, her preoccupation with death and immortality permeated many of her greatest works. It is Dickinson’s handwritten draft of “I died for beauty – but was scarce” that we have reproduced here
- Size: Ultra
- Width: 7"
- Height: 9"
- Depth: 3/4"
- Lined Pages
- 25 Lines per Page
- 144 Pages
- Hard Cover
- Wrap Closure
- Momento Pouch
- 1 Ribbon Marker
- Original Art: Emily Dickinson’s handwritten poem “I died for beauty – but was scarce”
- Era: 1800s
- Region: Massachusetts, United States
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