Natural Supernaturalism: Emily Dickinson’s Variations on the Romantic Theme of an Earthly Paradise — Patrick J. Keane | Numéro Cinq
Dickinson’s Romantic vision of an Earthly Paradise, its minute particulars as cherished as its sublime manifestations and all the more beautiful because it is under the shadow of death, is reminiscent of Wordsworth, before he froze over, and of Dickinson’s beloved Keats, who never froze over.