Hardcover Journal | Emily Dickinson, I Died for Beauty


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  • Original Art: Emily Dickinson’s handwritten poem “I died for beauty – but was scarce”
  • Era: 1800s
  • Region: Massachusetts, United States

Among the finest poets America has ever produced, Emily Dickinson lived a life of quiet solitude. A master of the short lyric poem, her preoccupation with death and immortality permeated many of her greatest works. It is Dickinson’s handwritten draft of “I died for beauty – but was scarce” that we have reproduced here.


  • Paperblanks: Embellished Manuscripts Collection
  • 100% recycled binder boards
  • Decorative printed cover paper
  • FSC-certified text paper
  • Acid-free sustainable forest paper
  • Smyth Sewn 
  • Memento Pouch
  • Wrap Closure
  • Custom-Designed Laid Paper

Additional information

Weight .375 lbs
Dimensions 6 × 4 × 1 in

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