letters from dickinson to mary and eben loomis

Thomas Johnson's Note on Letter 946

MANUSCRIPT: AC. Pencil. Envelope addressed: Mr and/Mrs Loomis -

PUBLICATION: L (1931) 424-425.

This note was sent to the Loomises at the time of their departure. In Genesis 3.10, Adam replies to the voice of God: " . . . and I was afraid because I wask naked; and I hid myself."

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