Beloved by literary types as well as everyday writers, gardeners and dreamers, Emily Dickinson is a seminal American poet and household name. This lovely journal includes a three-part binding with mustard-colored cloth spine, delicately lined pages and a yellow ribbon marker. Replicas of Dickinson's own pressed-flower collection adorn the front and back covers. The interior pages feature a single specimen on every other spread, sixty images in total, and six of Emily Dickinson's richest garden and plant-inspired poems interspersed throughout 160 pages.
Princeton Architectural Press
0.7" H x 8.3" L x 5.9" W