Robert Douglas-Fairhurst, Daily Telegraph
'Gordon's book makes you read Dickinson again with polished eyes: expect it on the prize lists soon'
Stuart Kelly, Scotland on Sunday
'explosively revisionist book.... Gordon takes the lid off the violent emotional life of the Dickinson family and its far-reaching effects on the poet's work. What she exposes is a seething Peyton Place of adultery, betrayal and lifelong feuding. Lyndall Gordon has opened the way to an entirely new reading of Dickinson's life with this brilliant tale of turbulence both on and off the page, a situation as intricate as any in the novels of Henry James, where the greatest force lies in what is hidden'
Claire Harman, Literary Review
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