letters from dickinson to elizabeth holland

Thomas Johnson's Note on Letter 204

MANUSCRIPT: HCL (H 16). Ink. Dated: Wednesday.

PUBLICATION: LH 62-63. The verse is in Poems (1955) 71.

This letter acknowledges Mrs. Holland's reply to ED's letter of February 20 (no 202). On February 28 Dr. Holland returned from a lecture tour. In David Copperfield, Brooks (not Brown) of Sheffield designates a person who would remain nameless (see letters no. 528 and 820). Vinnie was still in Boston (see letter no. 200).

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