reproduced above, ED made in pencil, evidently at a later date, one suggested change:
5. Clime] Zone
It is not adopted in the other copies. The poems in packet 36 were probably
there set down late in 1872. The other copies were made either about the
same time or sometime during the early part of 1873. The copy to
Mrs. J. G. Holland (H H 32) was sent as a separate message, signed "Emily."
The copy to T. W. Higginson (BPL Higg 40) was enclosed either with the
card reading: "Will you instruct me then no more?" (BPL Higg 92), or with
the card reading: "Could you teach me now?" (BPL Higg 92a).
PUBLICATION: The poem first appeared in FP (1929), 171, transcribed
from the packet copy, with the suggested change adopted. The copy to Mrs.
Holland is in LH (1951), 96; that to Higginson is not included among the
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