letters from dickinson to abigail cooper

Thomas Johnson's Note on Letter 706


PUBLICATION: L (1894) 396; L (1931) 385.

The Coopers moved to a new house about June 1879. ED evidently enclosed a poem with the letter. One conjectures it may have been her "Snow," as she titled a copy that she sent Thomas Niles in March 1882, beginning "It sifts from Leaden Sieves."

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