letters from dickinson to lavinia n. dickinson

Thomas Johnson's Note on Letter 293


PUBLICATION: L (1894) 151-152; LL 256-257; L (1931) 148-149; Home 434-435.

Fanny Norcross was in Amherst for commencement, 15 July. ED has received a visit from Clara and Anna Newman, who made their home at this time with Austin and Susan Dickinson. Vinnie frequently visited Eliza and John Dudley at Middletown, Connecticut, Melvin B. Copeland, a Middletown businessman, was a friend of Vinnie's. On Mrs. Bangs, see the note in letter no. 287. For another allusion to Elijah and the ravens, see letter no. 326.

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