Emily Dickinson was born in Amherst, Massachusetts, on the tenth day of December in 1830. She was known for her works, including "There is another sky", and "I'm Nobody! Who are you?". She had a strict father, even though she loves and respected him, she also thought that he was aloof. She didn't like having a male figure, authority things. She went to college, Mount Holyoke Female Seminary in South Hadley. However, due to her homesickness and illnesses, her father withdrew her from college and brought her home. Thus she's still learning, from her mother, about house chores and sewing . She soonly lived an secluded life from the society. Her seclusion from life gave her the impressions on life of austerity, and simplicity. One of her brother's friend, Benjamin Newton, recognized her ability and encouraged her to write poetry. She wrote over 1,700 poems, most of it was referred to an invisible lover. She died when she was 55. Due to Bright's disease, causing the kidney degeneration. Her doctor thought it was due to stress that causing her to have a premature death. Vinnie, one of her closest sister, was told to burn all of the letters, however she came across to Emily's poems. Instead of burning it, two years later after Vinnie's discovery of Emily's poems, she gave it to a family friend, Mabel Todd. With the help of Terrence Higginson, the first part of the poems was published in 1893. The leading newspapers and magazines praising her, she was given an award and was now known as one of the famous American Poets.