Nature's People: The Hog Island Story from Mabel Loomis Todd to Audubon
When Emily Dickinson died in 1886, her sister learned of a cache of unknown poems which she was determined to see published. In time the task fell to Mabel Loomis Todd, a socialite in town who just so happened to be having a long-term affair with the sisters’ brother, Austin. It is because of Mabel Loomis Todd that we know Emily Dickinson today.
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