letters from dickinson to mrs. thomas p. field

about 1878

Expulsion from Eden grows indistinct in the presence of flowers so blissful, and with no disrespect to Genesis, Paradise remains.

Beaconsfield says "the time has now come when it must be decided forever, who possessed the great gates to India."

I think it must be my neighbor.

With delicate gratitude,
E. Dickinson.

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