- Amherst College, Amherst MA
Amherst Manuscript # 222
Amherst - Amherst Manuscript # 222 - How happy is the little stone - asc:16615 - p. 1
Poems (1891), 154, from the Niles copy (E), which had become separated from its letter, in which ed had referred to the poem as "a Pebble"; it was thus not titled with her own characterization, as was done with five others Niles had receivedall published in Poems (1891): see Bingham, AB (1945), 230n. Letters (1894), 417, reunited with the letter to Niles; also LL (1924), 348; in Letters (1931), 317, in the letter to Higginson (F), and 406, the letter to Niles, without the poem. Poems (1955), 1042-43 (A, B, [D], E unidentified as the Niles copy, his conjectured as another one [lost], F principal; without [C]); CP (1960), 634 (F). Letters (1958), 722-23 (B) and 739 (F). (J1510). Franklin Variorum 1998 (F1570A).
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