letters from dickinson to higginson

Thomas Johnson's Note on Letter 675

MANUSCRIPT: Porter. Pencil.

PUBLICATION: AM CXXXIX (June 1927) 800; L (1931) 314.

The poems enclosed, in the order ED names them, were: "The Savior must have been," "Dare you see a Soul at the White Heat," "A Route of Evanescence," and "My country need not change her gown."

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