- Amherst College, Amherst MA
Amherst Manuscript # 132; 133
Amherst - Amherst Manuscript # 132; 133 - Arrows enamored of his heart - asc:8581 - p. 1
BM (1945), 303, among the poems incomplete or unfinished, as two quatrains, with the alternatives for lines 1 and 4 (entire) adopted. The second stanza was formed from alternatives for this poem and for "Circumference thou bride of awe." Poems (1955), 1118, with the alternative for lines 3-4 of "Circumference thou bride of awe" ("reformed to nothing but Delight / which") conjectured as an attempt at continuation of this poem; CP (1960), 669. Open Folios (1995), n.p. (a 132; a 133), in facsimile with unredacted transcription. (J1629). Franklin Variorum 1998 (F1635A).
BM (1945), 286, from the draft (A), with the alternatives and other readings not adopted . Poems (1955), 1111-12 (A principal, [B]); CP (1960), 667 (A). Letters (1958), 822 ([B]). Open Folios (1995), n.p. (a 132; a 133), in facsimile with unredacted transcription (A). (J1620). Franklin Variorum 1998 (F1636A).
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