Reading Emily Dickinson
An internal reading of Emily Dickinson's "A Thought went up my mind today" and "Drama's Vitallest Expression is the Common Day." The internal experience of reading poetry can be rife with imagined sound even as the external environment of the act of reading is entirely silent. Inspired by Daniela Cascella's descriptions of sounds and spaces ideaesthetically created by the poetry of Emily Dickinson, this recording draws attention to the disparity between external sound ("noisiness") and content ("meaning").
Emily Dickinson, Poetry, Poems, Books, Reading