letters between dickinson and thomas niles

Thomas Johnson's Note on Letter 749


PUBLICATION: L (1894) 417; LL 377; L (1931) 406.

She enclosed a copy of "How happy is the little Stone." The two letters which follow, written by Niles to ED earlier in the month, explain this one. ED had initiated correspondence early in April to inquire evidently when Cross's life of George Eliot and Lowell's life of Hawthorne would be published. Niles answered her inquiry with the following letter (HCL), dated 13 April 1882 (the signature has been cut away).

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