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When Emily Dickinson was given a puppy by her father the two were instant best friends She named him Carlo after a dog in one of her favorite books and she delighted in the growing dog s antics Carlo a Newfoundland and possibly part Saint Bernard grew to a rather large size and was full of energy He loved his adventur. Apparently Emily Dickinson owned a Newfoundland dog I did not know that and found it an interesting new fact to learn about this poet This picture book illustrated in beautiful watercolor paintings relates how Emily was given Carlo as a gift and how he was her beloved and often only companion for for sixteen years The text sprinkles uotes from her poems and letters throughout and ends with a brief author s note and a source list Nice look at how dogs can inspire and comfort

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Emily and CarloEs with Emily They were an odd pair a tiny woman and a large galumphing dog But they were devoted to one another Carlo gave Emily confidence to wander and explore the woods and hills near her home and he listened to her stories and poems This touching story delightfully illustrated by Catherine Stock gives a new insig. Heartwarming Beautifully written and illustrated this is a story about the deep inspiration and companionship Emily Dickinson received from her cherished dog Carlo

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Emily and Carlo Free download ☆ 5 ✓ When Emily Dickinson was given a puppy by her father the two were instant best friends She named him Carlo after a dog in one of her favorite books and she delighted in the growing dog s antics Carlo a Newfoundland and possibly part Saint Bernard grew to a rather large size and was full of energy He loved hiHt into the life of the famed reclusive poet of Amherst Massachusetts Learning of her close friendship and love for Carlo sheds a new light on the thoughts and feelings of a woman believed to be lonely Carlo is present in much of her poetry and readers learn of a woman of charm and wit who loved her constant companion. Carlo one of the earliest documented therapy dogs The companion to Emily Dickinson Emily Dickinson did have a love interest His name was Carlo He was a dog a Newfoundland a great slobbering shaggy mess of a creature which undercuts any notions of primness modern readers may harbor of Miss Dickinson KirkusText and watercolors combine perfectly in this affectionate and deeply moving portrait of Emily Dickinson and her time with her companion Carlo The vibrant watercolors evoke Carlo one of the earliest documented therapy dogs The companion to Emily Dickinson Emily Dickinson did have a love interest His name was Carlo He was a dog a Newfoundland a great slobbering shaggy mess of a creature which undercuts any notions of primness modern readers may harbor of Miss Dickinson KirkusText and watercolors combine perfectly in this affectionate and deeply moving portrait of Emily Dickinson and her time with her companion Carlo The vibrant watercolors evoke joy and contentment yet are delicate enough to suggest Emily s underlying fragility Using contemporaneous source material Figley shows how there were years in which Emily Dickinson was not a recluse as long as she had Carlo at her side visiting ponds walking the woods visiting her brother s house taking tea uoting from Dickinson s writing her deep affection for Carlo and the comfort her brings her is clear It s evident that many of the poems we know about now were inspired by some of her jaunts with her large furry friend Carlo lived to the amazing for a Newfie age of 17 and the heartbreak she experienced on his death is very clear As a one time owner of Newfie I suppose I m particularly suggestable but I did need a tissue or two