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Mar 26, 2037 Was Emily Dickinson lesbian? Some scholars think so. Below is a letter that Dickinson sent to her sisterinlaw, Susan Gilbert. It certainly sounds like a letter written by a lesbian. But is this just an artifact of our being 21st century, postFreudian readers? Would the innuendos that, to us, seem to jump off the page, have
Emily Dickinson, Lesbian?: Her Letter to Susan Gilbert, in
Emily Dickinson probably had strong lesbian feelings most of life. When Emily was a young girl just coming of age, she had a dear friend in her cousin Sophia Holland. When Emily was just 14, Sophia died of typhus.
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Emily Dickinson: The Lesbian Belle of Amherst In" Open Me Carefully: Emily Dickinson's Intimate Letters to Susan Huntington Dickinson" (from Paris Press), the editors, Ellen Louise Hart and Martha Nell Smith, point out that over the course of their lifelong friendship and love affair, Emily sent countless numbers of letters, poems