letters from dickinson to higginson

Thomas Johnson's Note on Letter 1045

MANUSCRIPT: BPL (Higg 48). Pencil. The handwriting shows an extreme slant and wide spacing of letters.

PUBLICATION: L (1931) 321.

On 30 April the Boston correspondent for the Springfield Republican reported that Higginson was to have read at a Browning Society meeting but was prevented by illness from doing so. The report evidently elicited this message.

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