Posted on May 9, 2024 at 4:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek

National Poetry Month may be in the books now, but this literary form is still popping up on literary blogs.

In The New York Times, columnist and poet Elisa Gabbert posed the question of who is the speaker in any given poem (taking me back to my AP English essay-writing days, for better or for worse).

At the Poetry Foundation, Maya C. Popa makes the argument that the new edition of Emily Dickinson's letters proves just how limited the average America's understanding of Dickinson is.

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