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Amherst - Amherst Manuscript # 462 - There is no frigate like a book - asc:2207 - p. 1

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Amherst - Amherst Manuscript # 462 - There is no frigate like a book - asc:2207 - p. 1
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Letters (1894), 273, as part of a letter to the Norcross cousins, perhaps derived from the Norcross transcript ([C]); also Letters (1931), 249. Todd, Bachelor of Arts, 1 (May 1895), 61, and Poems (1896), 29, both probably derived from Letters (1894) ([C]), with a change in line 8. Poems (1955), 879-80 (A, B principal, [C]; without D); CP (1960), 553 (B), with the alternatives adopted for lines 5 and 6. Letters (1958), 515 ([C]), from Letters (1931). (J1263). Franklin Variorum 1998 (F1286B).
-History from Franklin Variorum 1998
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