letters from dickinson to f. b. sanborn

about 1873

Thank you, Mr. Sanborn. I am glad there are Books.

They are better than Heaven for that is unavoidable while one may miss these.

Had I a trait you would accept I should be most proud, though he has had his Future who has found Shakespeare -

E - Dickinson

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