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Amherst - Amherst Manuscript # 109 - A pang is more conspicuous in spring - asc:3766 - p. 1

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Amherst - Amherst Manuscript # 109 - A pang is more conspicuous in spring - asc:3766 - p. 1
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BM (1945), 245 (B), as two quatrains, with the alternative ("those") not adopted, and 308 (A), among the incomplete or unfinished poems, as two quatrains, with an alternative ("the drums") adopted and the penultimate additional line omitted. Poems (1955), 1055-56 (A unredacted, B principal); CP (1960), 640 (B). (J1530). Franklin Variorum 1998 (F1545B).
-History from Franklin Variorum 1998
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