In A Quiet Passion, Terence Davies’ new biopic, Emily Dickinson, the famously reclusive poet, comes to life as an understated renegade, who deserts gendered orthodoxies to pursue her art. This is the first article in our Special Issue on A Quiet Passion. Emily Dickinson never learned to stomach convention. From 1831 to 1884, at a time when […]
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