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Please enter 5 or 9 numbers for the ZIP Code. My lists My alerts. Emily's doctor visits were described as painful, and she was not allowed to go out in the spring sunlight and was to limit her reading and writing with use of a pencil rather than a pen.

The 3 cousins enjoyed visiting together, but if another resident came into the sitting room, Emily would withdraw to her bedroom.

She was spending much of her time in bed, where she could not write and was only reading a few words. Knitting was tolerable but not sewing. In May, she was excited about a hood she was making for Vinnie. Emily knew her being gone put an extra housekeeping burden on Vinnie, and she told Vinnie not to get too tired, and that she Emily would sweep next fall.

She mentioned an upcoming doctor visit, but surviving letters including anything about the doctor's visits during this stay are unaccountably sparse. After her return home in October , she never left Amherst again. This volume is currently housed with the Dickinson Papers at Harvard. A staff librarian there kindly inspected the volume for me and found it to be unmarked by any notes in the margins and looked unread.

Presumably no one in the Dickinson family looked up what she had. It was a shutting out of all the dearest ones of time, the strongest friends of the soul!

So I had eight weary months of Siberia. I thought I should tear the leaves out as I turned them. Early on the Fourth of July, , a fire broke out in the nearby business area of Amherst. In later years, Vinnie also did not wear reading glasses and enlisted her housekeeper and others to read to her, although she had no problem with distant vision. Emily's presumed later presbyopia is also reflected in a somewhat larger handwriting as she aged.

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Her father wore reading glasses. When her cousin Louise developed some eye problems, Emily suggested a consultation with Dr Williams in However, when Emily's family seamstress developed visual problems in , Emily referred her to C.

Hysterical hyperaesthesia of the retina Iritis is the most commonly accepted current diagnosis for her problem. Exotropia and psychiatric issues with Freudian overtones have also been suggested. Exotropia is felt to be possible, especially because of her eye strain and headache symptoms and her rapid fatigue with reading.

At that time, photophobia was not well known as a symptom of exotropia. More recently, it has come to be recognized as a problem, particularly in intermittent exotropia, in which the patient will shut one eye in bright light.

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The Freudian aspect centers around Dickinson's fear of blindness and her use of the sun as symbolic of the father figure in her poems. Therefore, I would like to expand this discussion to include a common diagnosis of that era and to suggest that Dr Williams would have considered it in Emily's case.

Currently, less pejorative terms, such as severe asthenopia, somatization disorder, or conversion reaction, are more commonly used. As it advanced, the eyes were spasmodically closed, and the tortured intolerance of light along with ciliary neuralgia prevented the exercise of visual function.

Accommodation for fine up close work was especially painful.

In severe situations, these patients would come to him with eye patches on.Read reviews that mention emily the strange lost days top lists girl wakes black cats secret mission case of amnesia even though elements you will find felt like strange the lost loved this book strange novel emily notebook read an emily good book love emily find in the first emily book i like like the book.

Rather, it was a Latina who could hear the different accents, having served in San Antonio but come from Cuba, having been in the convent, but now experiencing her vocation in the mixed world of a law school struggling to em- body the best of the Catholic tradition.

Her mind's brilliant and she's such an inspiration as well! The speaker, and many of those who speak their pain, at the ignorance of mainstream Christianity for many years, are understandable. As it advanced, the eyes were spasmodically closed, and the tortured intolerance of light along with ciliary neuralgia prevented the exercise of visual function.

I am here because I am a Catholic.