- Houghton Library, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
Dickinson, Emily, 1830-1886. Poems: Packet XIII, Mixed Fasciles. Includes 27 poems, written in ink, ca. 1862. Houghton Library, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass.
Houghton Library - (63a, b) I think the Hemlock likes to stand, J525, Fr400; Dare you see a Soul at the "White Heat"? J365, Fr401
Poems (1890), 104-5, with the alternative for line 6 adopted. Poems (1955), 403-4; CP (1960), 256-57. MB (1981), 439-40, in facsimile. (J525). Franklin Variorum 1998 (F400A).
Higginson, Atlantic Monthly, 68 (October 1891), 454; Poems (1891), 28. While the Atlantic text ostensibly came from Higginson's copy ([B]) and that in Poems from the fascicle copy (C), the results were substantively identical and also similar in form. Both appearances were in quatrains and had the same title, both adopted the alternative for line 4 (it could have been the reading in Higginson's copy); and both incorporated the same alterations to effect rhyme (Todd's letter to Higginson about one of them is in Bingham, AB, 137.) Poems (1955), 289-91 (A principal, [B] cited, C); CP (1960), 173 (A). MB (1981), 440-41 (C), in facsimile. (J365). Franklin Variorum 1998 (F401C).
-History from Franklin Variorum 1998
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