Dickinson’s Manuscripts

Join poet and essayist Susan Howe and Marta Werner, professor of English at D’Youville College, for an evening of lecture and discussion centered on Emily Dickinson’s unique manuscript practice. Howe and Werner will chart the visual and sonic topographies of Dickinson’s poetry and letters, while also raising questions about writing, the limits of privacy, and the indecipherable nature of final intentions. Audience members are encouraged to be active participants in the conversation.











When: Fri., February 10, 2017 at 6:30 pm
Where: Morgan Library & Museum
225 Madison Ave.
212-685-0008
Price: $15
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Join poet and essayist Susan Howe and Marta Werner, professor of English at D’Youville College, for an evening of lecture and discussion centered on Emily Dickinson’s unique manuscript practice. Howe and Werner will chart the visual and sonic topographies of Dickinson’s poetry and letters, while also raising questions about writing, the limits of privacy, and the indecipherable nature of final intentions. Audience members are encouraged to be active participants in the conversation.

Buy tickets/get more info now