letters from dickinson to frances and louise norcross

TO: Louise Norcross


. . . Oh, Loo, why were the children seen too faint to stand alone? . . . Every hour is anxious now, and heaven protect the lamb who shared her fleece with a timider, even Emily.

thomas johnson's note on letter 322 | index to dickinson/norcross letters

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