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Emily Dickinson And Helen Hunt Jackson
The two writer friends pushed each other through their lives to become better and more dazzling writers. Jackson needled Dickinson to publish her poems, which she was often so hesitant to do, and Dickinson inspired characters in Jackson's novels, where her first book had a woman who only wore white, and wrote strange but beautiful poems. 
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