- Amherst College, Amherst MA
Amherst Manuscript #fascicle 83
Amherst - Amherst Manuscript #fascicle 83 - So from the mould - asc:8067 - p. 8
Poems (1890), 82-83, without the final stanza, the first six stanzas treated as the first part of the poem "Like flowers that heard the news of dews." Although Mabel Todd discovered the error in 1891, it persisted in reprintings and collections; her explanation to T. W. Higginson is in Bingham, AB (1945), 156, with the omitted stanza given in a footnote. Bingham, New England Quarterly, 20 (March 1947), 10, corrected and entire. Poems (1955), 88-89; CP (1960), 57-58. MB (1981), 87-88, in facsimile. (J122). Franklin Variorum 1998 (F104A).
Poems (1891), 226, from the fascicle (B). Poems (1955), 57 (A, B principal); CP (1960), 37 (B). MB (1981), 88, in facsimile. (J71). Franklin Variorum 1998 (F105B).
-History from Franklin Variorum 1998
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