- Houghton Library, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
Dickinson, Emily, 1830-1886. Poems: Packet XXIX, Fascicle 24 (part). Includes 8 complete poems with a portion of another, written in ink, dated ca. 1862.
Houghton Library - (157a, b) 'Twould start them - We - could tremble -, Completion of "I tie my Hat - I crease my Shawl -"; see (19a). Part of J443, Part of Fr522; Therefore - We do life's labor -, Another stanza of "I tie my Hat - I crease my Shawl -"; see (19a). Part of J443, Part of Fr522
BM (1945), 270-71, without the final five lines, from Harriet Graves's transcript of A. Lines 2 and 16 were rendered as two lines each, and after line 15 appeared a non-authorial line that had been inserted by Todd into the Graves transcript. Poems (1955), 1156, from the Graves transcript, including Todd's addition, lacking the final five lines; also CP (1960), 696. The textual problems were discussed in Franklin, The Editing of Emily Dickinson (1967), 40-47, and, with a corrected text, Harvard Library Bulletin, 28 (July 1980), 245-57. MB (1981), 537-38, from the Graves transcript (1-16), and 555, in facsimile (17-21). (J1712). Franklin Variorum 1998 (F508A).
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