Lover's of poetry, strong-minded women or just lover's of history, have a week left to see "The Poetry and Life of Emily Dickinson" at The Morgan Museum and Library. Consistently garnering rave reviews, the exhibit has shifted thinking about the life of a reclusive women.
The bulk of her poetry was published after her death. The exhibit focuses on her childhood influences, the specter of the Civil War and her remarkable sensibility of the life on an author. She was wary of unwanted an unwarranted attention. She was an educated, thoughtful women whose work has past the test of time. Perhaps her isolation provided her a clarity of thought that we should all heed in this time of information saturation.