This paper argues that Emily Dickinson was an androgynous woman in the nature and complexion of her psyche, and that the brilliant themes and images of her lyrics often reflect her androgynous temper. What does it mean to speak of androgyny in poetry? Perhaps a bit of defining will be helpful.



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