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The Heath Anthology of American Literature Volume B: Early Nineteenth Century (1800-1865)

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Summary

Unrivaled diversity and teachability have madeThe Heath Anthologya best-selling text since the publication of its first edition in 1989. In presenting a more inclusive canon of American literature,The Heath Anthologycontinues to balance the traditional, leading names in American literature with lesser-known writers and to build upon the anthology's other strengths: its apparatus and its ancillaries. Now available in five volumes for greater flexibility, the Fifth Edition offers new thematic clusters to stimulate classroom discussions and to show the treatment of important topics across the genres. A new Heath Anthology ClassPrep CD-ROM with an electronic version of the Instructor's Guide and an extensive array of visual aids supports instructors as they prepare for lectures. The indispensable web site has been fully updated to include revised timelines, a multimedia gallery to support thematic clusters, and a searchable Instructor's Guide. New!A new thematic cluster, "Humor of the Old Southwest," features works by Davy Crockett, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Harriet Beecher Stowe, and Alice Cary. New!New authors include Major George Lowery, the second chief of the Eastern Cherokee; John Ross; Lorenzo de Zavala; and Nancy Gardner Prince. New!New selections include "The Maldive Shark," by Herman Melville, "Ar'n't I a Woman?" by Sojourner Truth, and "Hints to Young Wives" by Fanny Fern (Sara Willis Parton). New!Walt Whitman's "Crossing Brooklyn Ferry," previously omitted from important literary canons, is offered as a rich selection of the "American Renaissance." Longer works such as Hawthorne'sThe Scarlet Letter,and Melville's "Benito Cereno" and "Billy Budd, Sailor" are featured in their full-length versions.

Table of Contents

Preface xix
EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY, 1800--1865
1389
Publishing---Growth and Goals
1392(4)
Religion and Common Culture
1396(4)
The Debates over Racism and Slavery
1400(5)
The Debate over Women's ``Sphere''
1405(5)
The Many Cultures of America
1410(2)
The Rise of Industry
1412(3)
Individualism and/versus Community
1415(5)
Native America
1420(79)
Jane Johnston Schoolcraft (Ojibwa) (1800--1841)
1422(1)
Mishosha, or the Magician and His Daughters
1423(5)
The Forsaken Brother
1428(3)
Major George Lowery (Cherokee) (c. 1770--1852)
1431(3)
Notable Persons in Cherokee History: Sequoyah or George Gist
1434(8)
Elias Boudinot (Cherokee) (c. 1802--1839)
1442(3)
An Address to the Whites
1445(7)
John Ross (Cherokee) (1790--1866)
1452(1)
Letter to Lewis Cass, February 14, 1833
1453(4)
Letter to Andrew Jackson, March 28, 1834
1457(2)
William Apess (Pequot) (1798--?)
1459(1)
An Indian's Looking-Glass for the White Man
1460(5)
John Wannuaucon Quinney (Mahican) (1797--1855)
1465(3)
Quinney's Speech
1468(4)
Seattle (Duwamish) (1786--1866)
1472(1)
Speech of Chief Seattle
1473(2)
George Copway (Kah-ge-ga-gah-bowh; Ojibwa) (1818--1869)
1475(2)
from The Life of Kah-ge-ga-gah-bowh
1477(13)
John Rollin Ridge (Cherokee) (1827--1867)
1490(1)
Oppression of Digger Indians
1491(1)
The Atlantic Cable
1492(3)
The Stolen White Girl
1495(1)
A Scene Along the Rio de la Plumas
1496(3)
Spanish America
1499(61)
Tales from the Hispanic Southwest
1501(1)
La comadre Sebastiana / Dona Sebastiana
1502(2)
Los tres hermanos / The Three Brothers
1504(4)
El obispo / The New Bishop
1508(1)
El indito de las cien vacas / The Indian and the Hundred Cows
1509(1)
La Llorona, Malinche, and Guadalupe
1510(1)
La Llorona, La Malinche, and the Unfaithful Maria
1511(2)
The Devil Woman
1513(1)
Lorenzo de Zavala (1788--1836)
1514(1)
Viage a los Estados-Unidos del Norte America (Journey to the United States)
1515(9)
Narratives from the Mexican and Early American Southwest
1524(3)
Pio Pico (1801--1894)
1527(1)
from Historical Narrative
1527(4)
Mariano Guadalupe Vallejo (1808--1890)
1531(1)
from Recuerdos historicos y personales tocante a la alta California
1531(11)
Richard Henry Dana, Jr. (1815--1882)
1542(1)
from Two Years before the Mast
1542(3)
Alfred Robinson (1806--1895)
1545(1)
from Life in California
1545(4)
Josiah Gregg (1806--1850)
1549(1)
from Commerce of the Prairies
1549(7)
New Mexico
1549(2)
Domestic Animals
1551(1)
Arts and Crafts
1551(2)
The People
1553(3)
Frederick Law Olmsted (1822--1903)
1556(1)
from A Journey Through Texas
1556(4)
San Antonio
1556(1)
The Missions
1556(1)
Town Life
1557(1)
The Mexicans in Texas
1557(3)
The Cultures of New England
1560(265)
Lydia Howard Huntley Sigourney (1791--1865)
1561(2)
The Suttee
1563(2)
Death of an Infant
1565(1)
The Father
1565(6)
The Indian's Welcome to the Pilgrim Fathers
1571(1)
Indian Names
1572(2)
Niagara
1574(1)
To a Shred of Linen
1575(2)
The Indian Summer
1577(1)
Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803--1882)
1578(4)
Nature
1582(27)
The American Scholar
1609(12)
Self-Reliance
1621(17)
The Poet
1638(15)
Experience
1653(16)
Concord Hymn
1669(1)
The Rhodora
1669(1)
The Snow-Storm
1670(1)
Compensation
1671(1)
Hamatreya
1672(2)
Merlin
1674(3)
Brahma
1677(1)
Days
1678(1)
Terminus
1678(1)
John Greenleaf Whittier (1807--1892)
1679(2)
The Hunters of Men
1681(2)
The Farewell
1683(2)
Massachusetts to Virginia
1685(3)
At Port Royal
1688(4)
Sarah Margaret Fuller (1810--1850)
1692(3)
To [Sophia Ripley?]
1695(2)
from Woman in the Nineteenth Century
1697(22)
from American Literature: Its Position in the Present Time, and Prospects for the Future
1719(7)
from Things and Thoughts in Europe: Foreign Correspondence of the Tribune
1726(9)
Dispatch 17
1726(5)
Dispatch 18
1731(4)
Henry David Thoreau (1817--1862)
1735(3)
Resistance to Civil Government
1738(15)
from Walden
1753(34)
Where I Lived, and What I Lived For
1753(9)
Higher Laws
1762(7)
Spring
1769(10)
Conclusion
1779(8)
A Plea for Captain John Brown
1787(16)
Walking
1803(22)
Race, Slavery, and the Invention of the ``South''
1825(256)
David Walker (1785--1830)
1826(2)
from Appeal . . . to the Coloured Citizens of the World (Third edition, 1829)
1828(10)
William Lloyd Garrison (1805--1879)
1838(2)
Editorial from the first issue of The Liberator
1840(2)
Lydia Maria Child (1802--1880)
1842(2)
From Appeal in Favor of that Class of Americans Called Africans
1844(2)
Preface
1844(1)
Chapter VIII, Prejudices Against People Of Color, And Our Duties In Relation To This Subject
1844(2)
Letters from New York
1846(16)
14 [17], [Homelessness]
1846(4)
20 [27], [Birds]
1850(5)
[33], [Antiabolitionist Mobs]
1855(3)
34 [50, 51], [Women's Rights]
1858(4)
Angelina Grimke (1805--1879)
1862(1)
from Appeal to the Christian Women of the South
1863(8)
Henry Highland Garnet (1815--1882)
1871(2)
An Address to the Slaves of the United States of America, Buffalo, N.Y., 1843
1873(6)
Frederick Douglass (1818--1895)
1879(3)
Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave
1882(64)
What to the Slave Is the Fourth of July?
1946(19)
Nancy Gardner Prince (1799--1859?)
1965(1)
from A Narrative of the Life and Travels of Mrs. Nancy Prince
1966(10)
Caroline Lee Hentz (1800--1856)
1976(2)
from The Planter's Northern Bride
1978(8)
George Fitzhugh (1804--1881)
1986(1)
from Southern Thought
1987(10)
Frances Ellen Watkins Harper (1825--1911)
1997(2)
The Slave Mother
1999(1)
The Tennessee Hero
2000(1)
Free Labor
2001(2)
An Appeal to the American People
2003(1)
The Colored People in America
2004(1)
Speech: On the Twenty-Fourth Anniversary of the American Anti-Slavery Society
2005(2)
The Two Offers
2007(7)
Thomas Wentworth Higginson (1823--1911)
2014(2)
from Nat Turner's Insurrection
2016(10)
Letter to Mrs. Higginson on Emily Dickinson
2026(3)
Harriet Ann Jacobs (1813--1897)
2029(2)
from Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl
2031(24)
Chapter I, Childhood
2031(2)
Chapter VI, The Jealous Mistress
2033(4)
Chapter X, A Perilous Passage in the Slave Girl's Life
2037(4)
Chapter XVI, Scenes at the Plantation
2041(6)
Chapter XXI, The Loophole of Retreat
2047(2)
Chapter XLI, Free at Last
2049(6)
Harriet Jacobs to Ednah Dow Cheney
2055(1)
Mary Boykin Chesnut (1823--1886)
2056(2)
from Mary Chesnut's Civil War
2058(7)
March 18, 1861
2058(1)
August 26, 1861
2059(2)
October 13, 1861
2061(1)
October 20, 1861
2062(1)
January 16, 1865
2063(1)
January 17, 1865
2064(1)
Wendell Phillips (1811--1884)
2065(1)
from Toussaint L'Ouverture
2066(10)
Abraham Lincoln (1809--1865)
2076(2)
Address at the Dedication of the Gettysburg National Cemetery
2078(1)
Second Inaugural Address
2079(2)
Literature and the ``Woman Question''
2081(35)
Sarah Moore Grimke (1792--1873)
2082(1)
from Letters on the Equality of the Sexes, and the Condition of Woman
2082(7)
Letter VIII, The Condition of Women in the United States
2082(4)
Letter XV, Man Equally Guilty with Woman in the Fall
2086(3)
Angelina Grimke (1805--1879)
2089(1)
from Letters to Catharine Beecher
2089(3)
Letter XI
2089(1)
Letter XII, Human Rights Not Founded on Sex
2090(2)
Sojourner Truth (c. 1797--1883)
2092(2)
Reminiscences by Frances D. Gage of Sojourner Truth, for May 28--29, 1851
2094(2)
Sojourner Truth's Speech at the Akron, Ohio, Women's Rights Meeting
2096(1)
Speech at New York City Convention
2097(1)
Address to the First Annual Meeting of the American Equal Rights Association
2098(2)
Fanny Fern (Sara Willis Parton) (1811--1872)
2100(1)
Hints to Young Wives
2101(1)
from Fern Leaves, 1st Series
2102(1)
Thanksgiving Story
2102(1)
from Fern Leaves, 2nd Series
2103(2)
Soliloquy of a Housemaid
2103(1)
Critics
2104(1)
Mrs. Adolphus Smith Sporting the ``Blue Stocking''
2104(1)
A Law More Nice Than Just
2105(2)
Independence
2107(1)
The Working-Girls of New York
2107(2)
Elizabeth Cady Stanton (1815--1902)
2109(2)
from Eighty Years and More: Reminiscences
2111(2)
Declaration of Sentiments
2113(3)
The Development of Narrative
2116(4)
Cluster: Humor of the Old Southwest
2120(744)
Davy Crockett (1786--1836)
2123(1)
from The Crockett Almanacs
2123(4)
Sunrise in His Pocket
2123(1)
A Pretty Predicament
2124(2)
Crockett's Daughters
2126(1)
Mike Fink (1770?--1823?)
2127(1)
from The Crocket Almanacs
2127(5)
Mike Fink's Brag
2127(1)
Mike Fink Trying to Scare Mrs. Crockett
2127(1)
Sal Fink, the Mississippi Screamer. How She Cooked Injuns
2128(1)
The Death of Mike Fink (Joseph M. Field, recorder)
2128(4)
Augustus Baldwin Longstreet (1790--1870)
2132(1)
The Horse Swap
2132(4)
George Washington Harris (1814--1869)
2136(1)
Mrs. Yardley's Quilting
2136(7)
Washington Irving (1783--1859)
2143(2)
from A History of New York
2145(8)
Book I, Chapter 5
2145(8)
Rip Van Winkle
2153(12)
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow
2165(20)
James Fenimore Cooper (1789--1851)
2185(2)
from The Pioneers, or the Sources of the Susquehanna; A Descriptive Tale
2187(20)
Chapter XXI
2188(7)
Chapter XXII
2195(5)
Chapter XXIII
2200(7)
Catharine Maria Sedgwick (1789--1867)
2207(2)
from Hope Leslie
2209(12)
from Volume 1, Chapter 7
2209(5)
from Volume 2, Chapter 1
2214(5)
from Volume 2, Chapter 8
2219(2)
Caroline Kirkland (1801--1864)
2221(2)
from A New Home---Who'll Follow?
2223(19)
Preface
2223(1)
Preface to the Fourth Edition
2224(1)
Chapter I
2224(4)
Chapter XV
2228(3)
Chapter XVII
2231(1)
Chapter XXVII
2232(8)
Chapter XLIII
2240(2)
Nathaniel Hawthorne (1804--1864)
2242(3)
My Kinsman, Major Molineux
2245(13)
Young Goodman Brown
2258(9)
The Minister's Black Veil
2267(9)
The Birth-mark
2276(11)
Rappaccini's Daughter
2287(20)
The Scarlet Letter
2307(137)
Preface to The House of Seven Gables
2444(2)
Mrs. Hutchinson
2446(4)
from Abraham Lincoln
2450(1)
Letters
2451(8)
To Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, June 4, 1837
2451(2)
To Sophia Peabody, April 13, 1841
2453(2)
To H.W. Longfellow, June 5, 1849
2455(2)
To J.T. Fields, January 20, 1850
2457(1)
To J.T. Fields, Undated draft
2458(1)
To H.W. Longfellow, January 2, 1864
2458(1)
Edgar Allan Poe (1809--1849)
2459(3)
Ligcia
2462(10)
The Fall of the House of Usher
2472(14)
The Man of the Crow
2486(6)
The Tell-Tale Heart
2492(3)
The Black Cat
2495(7)
The Purloined Letter
2502(13)
The Facts in the Case of M. Valdemar
2515(6)
The Philosophy of Composition
2521(8)
Sonnet---To Science
2529(1)
Romance
2530(1)
To Helen
2530(1)
Israfel
2531(2)
The City in the Sea
2533(1)
The Sleeper
2534(2)
Bridal Ballad
2536(1)
Sonnet---Silence
2537(1)
Dream-Land
2537(2)
The Raven
2539(3)
Ulalume
2542(3)
Annabel Lee
2545(2)
Harriet Beecher Stowe (1811--1896)
2547(2)
from Uncle Tom's Cabin
2549(40)
Chapter I, In Which the Reader Is Introduced to a Man of Humanity
2549(7)
Chapter VII, The Mother's Struggle
2556(5)
Chapter XI, In Which Property Gets into an Improper State of Mind
2561(9)
Chapter XIII, The Quaker Settlement
2570(6)
Chapter XIV, Evangeline
2576(7)
Chapter XL, The Martyr
2583(2)
Chapter XLI, The Young Master
2585(4)
from Preface to the First Illustrated Edition of Uncle Tom's Cabin
2589(4)
from The Minister's Wooing
2593(8)
XXIII, Views of Divine Government
2593(8)
Sojourner Truth, the Libyan Sibyl
2601(9)
William Wells Brown (1815--1884)
2610(2)
from Clotelle; or, The Colored Heroine
2612(9)
Chapter II, The Negro Sale
2612(2)
Chapter X, The Quadroon's Home
2614(2)
Chapter XI, To-Day a Mistress, To-Morrow a Slave
2616(2)
Chapter XVIII, A Slave-Hunting Parson
2618(3)
Herman Melville (1819--1891)
2621(4)
Bartleby, the Scrivener
2625(26)
The Paradise of Bachelors and the Tartarus of Maids
2651(18)
The Paradise of Bachelors
2658(1)
The Tartarus of Maids
2658(11)
Benito Cereno
2669(58)
Billy Budd, Sailor
2727(58)
Hawthorne and His Mosses
2785(13)
from Battle-Pieces and Aspects of the War
2798(1)
The Portent (1859)
2798(1)
A Utilitarian View of the Monitors Fight
2798(1)
The Maldive Shark
2799(1)
from Timoleon
2800(1)
Monody
2800(1)
Art
2800(1)
Alice Cary (1820--1871)
2801(2)
from Clovernook, or Recollections of our Neighborhood in the West, First Series
2803(1)
Preface
2803(1)
from Clovernook, or Recollections of our Neighborhood in the West, Second Series
2804(18)
Uncle Christopher's
2804(15)
Conclusion
2819(3)
Elizabeth Stoddard (1823--1902)
2822(1)
Lemorne Versus Huell
2823(13)
Rebecca Harding Davis, 1831--1910
2836(2)
Life in the Iron-Mills
2838(26)
The Emergence of American Poetic Voices
2864
Songs and Ballads
2866(2)
Songs of the Slaves
2868(6)
Lay Dis Body Down
2868(1)
Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Had
2869(1)
Deep River
2869(1)
Roll, Jordan, Roll
2870(1)
Michael, Row the Boat Ashore
2870(1)
Steal Away to Jesus
2871(1)
There's a Meeting Here To-Night
2871(1)
Many Thousand Go
2871(1)
Go Down, Moses
2872(1)
Didn't My Lord Deliver Daniel
2873(1)
Songs of White Communities
2874(12)
John Brown's Body
2874(1)
The Battle Hymn of the Republic (Julia Ward Howe)
2875(1)
Pat Works on the Railway
2876(1)
Sweet Betsy from Pike
2877(2)
Bury Me Not On the Lone Prairie
2879(1)
Shenandoah
2880(1)
Clementine
2880(1)
Acres of Clams
2881(1)
Cindy
2882(1)
Paper of Pins
2883(2)
Come Home, Father (Henry Clay Work)
2885(1)
Life Is a Toil
2886(1)
William Cullen Bryant (1794--1878)
2886(2)
Thanatopsis
2888(2)
The Yellow Violet
2890(1)
To a Waterfowl
2891(1)
To Cole, the Painter, Departing for Europe
2892(1)
To the Fringed Gentian
2893(1)
The Prairies
2893(3)
Abraham Lincoln
2896(1)
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (1807--1882)
2897(1)
A Psalm of Life
2898(2)
The Warning
2900(1)
The Jewish Cemetery at Newport
2900(2)
Aftermath
2902(1)
Chaucer
2903(1)
The Harvest Moon
2903(1)
Frances Sargent Locke Osgood (1811--1850)
2904(2)
Ellen Learning to Walk
2906(1)
The Little Hand
2907(1)
The Maiden's Mistake
2908(1)
Oh! Hasten to My Side
2908(2)
A Reply to One Who Said, Write from Your Heart
2910(1)
Lines (Suggested by the announcement that ``A Bill for the Protection of the Property of Married Women has passed both Houses'' of our State Legislature)
2911(1)
Woman
2912(2)
Little Children
2914(1)
To a Slandered Poetess
2915(2)
The Indian Maid's Reply to the Missionary
2917(1)
The Hand That Swept the Sounding Lyre
2918(1)
The Wraith of the Rose
2919(1)
Walt Whitman (1819--1892)
2920(3)
from Leaves of Grass
2923(106)
Preface to the 1855 Edition
2923(14)
Song of Myself (1855 version)
2937(45)
The Sleepers
2982(8)
from Inscriptions
2990(1)
One's-Self I Sing
2990(1)
from Children of Adam
2990(1)
To the Garden the World
2990(1)
A Woman Waits for Me
2991(1)
from Calamus
2992(1)
In Paths Untrodden
2992(1)
Recorders Ages Hence
2993(1)
When I Heard at the Close of the Day
2993(1)
Here the Frailest Leaves of Me
2994(1)
I Dream'd in a Dream
2994(1)
Crossing Brooklyn Ferry
2995(5)
from Sea-Drift
3000(1)
Out of the Cradle Endlessly Rocking
3000(5)
from By the Roadside
3005(1)
Europe, the 72d and 73d Years of These States
3005(2)
When I Heard the Learn'd Astronomer
3007(1)
To a President
3007(1)
The Dalliance of the Eagles
3007(1)
To the States
3008(1)
from Drum-Taps
3008(1)
Beat! Beat! Drums!
3008(1)
Cavalry Crossing a Ford
3009(1)
Vigil Strange I Kept on the Field One Night
3009(2)
A March in the Ranks Hard-Prest, and the Road Unknown
3011(1)
Year That Trembled and Reel'd Beneath Me
3012(1)
Ethiopia Saluting the Colors
3012(1)
Reconciliation
3012(1)
As I Lay with My Head in Your Lap Camerado
3013(1)
from Memories of President Lincoln
3013(1)
When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd
3013(8)
from Autumn Rivulets
3021(1)
Sparkles from the Wheel
3021(1)
Prayer of Columbus
3021(2)
from Whispers of Heavenly Death
3023(1)
Quicksand Years
3023(1)
from From Noon to Starry Night
3024(1)
To a Locomotive in Winter
3024(1)
from Songs of Parting
3025(1)
So Long!
3025(2)
from Sands at Seventy (First Annex)
3027(1)
Yonnondio
3027(1)
from Good-bye My Fancy (Second Annex)
3028(1)
Good-bye My Fancy!
3028(1)
Respondez! Poem Deleted from Leaves of Grass
3029(3)
from Democratic Vistas
3032(10)
Emily Dickinson (1830--1886)
3042(4)
Poems
3046(35)
[One Sister have I in our house]
3046(1)
[I never lost as much but twice]
3047(1)
[Success is counted sweetest]
3047(1)
[Her breast is fit for pearls]
3048(1)
[These are the days when Birds come back---]
3048(1)
[Come slowly---Eden!]
3049(1)
[Did the Harebell loose her girdle]
3049(1)
[I like the look of Agony,]
3049(1)
[Wild Nights---Wild Nights!]
3049(1)
[I can wade Grief---]
3050(1)
[There's a certain Slant of light]
3050(1)
[I felt a Funeral, in my Brain]
3051(1)
[I'm Nobody! Who are you?]
3051(1)
[If your Nerve, deny you---]
3052(1)
[Your Riches---taught me---Poverty]
3052(1)
[I reason, Earth is short---]
3053(1)
[The Soul selects her own Society---]
3053(1)
[The Soul's Superior instants]
3054(1)
[I send Two Sunsets---]
3054(1)
[It sifts form Leaden Sievers]
3054(1)
[There came a Day at Summer's full]
3055(1)
[Some keep the Sabbath going to Church]
3056(1)
[A Bird came down the Walk---]
3056(1)
[I know that He Exists]
3057(1)
[After great pain, a formal feeling comes---]
3057(1)
[God is a distant---stately Lover---]
3058(1)
[Dare you see a Soul at the White Heat?]
3058(1)
[What Soft---Cherubic Creatures---]
3058(1)
[Much Madness is divinest Sense---]
3059(1)
[This is my letter to the world]
3059(1)
[I tie my Hat---I crease my Shawl---]
3060(1)
[I showed her Hights she never saw---]
3060(1)
[This was a Poet---It is That---]
3061(1)
[I heard a Fly buzz---when I died---]
3061(1)
[This world is not Conclusion]
3062(1)
[Her sweet Weight on my Heart a Night]
3062(1)
[I started Early---Took my Dog---]
3063(1)
[One Crucifixion is recorded---only---]
3064(1)
[I reckon---when I count at all---]
3064(1)
[I had been hungry, all the Years---]
3065(1)
[Empty my Heart, of Thee]
3065(1)
[They shut me up in Prose---]
3066(1)
[Ourselves were wed one summer---dear---]
3066(1)
[The Brain---is wider than the Sky---]
3067(1)
[I cannot live with You---]
3067(1)
[I dwell in Possibility---]
3068(1)
[Of all the Souls that stand create---]
3069(1)
[One need not be a Chamber---to be Haunted---]
3069(1)
[Essential Oils---are wrung---]
3070(1)
[They say that ``Time Assuages''---]
3070(1)
[Publication---is the Auction]
3070(1)
[Because I could not stop for Death---]
3071(1)
[She rose to His Requirement---dropt]
3072(1)
[My Life had stood---a Loaded Gun---]
3072(1)
[Presentiment---is that long Shadow---on the Lawn---]
3073(1)
[This Consciousness that is aware]
3073(1)
[The Poets light but Lamps---]
3074(1)
[The Missing All, prevented Me]
3074(1)
[A narrow Fellow in the Grass]
3074(1)
[Perception of an object costs]
3075(1)
[Title divine---is mine!]
3075(1)
[The Bustle in a House]
3075(1)
[Revolution is the Pod]
3076(1)
[Tell all the Truth but tell it slant---]
3076(1)
[He preached upon ``Breadth'' till it argued him narrow---]
3076(1)
[Not with a Club, the Heart is broken]
3077(1)
[What mystery pervades a well!]
3078(1)
[A Counterfeit---a Plated Person---]
3079(1)
[``Heavenly Father''---take to thee]
3079(1)
[A Route of Evanescence]
3079(1)
[The Bible is an Antique Volume---]
3079(1)
[Volcanoes be in Sicilty]
3080(1)
[Rearrange a ``Wife's'' affection!]
3080(1)
[To make a prairie it takes a clover and one bee]
3081(1)
Letters
3081
To Abiah Root (January 29, 1850)
3081(2)
To Austin Dickinson (October 17, 1851)
3083(1)
To Susan Gilbert (Dickinson) (late April 1852)
3084(1)
To Susan Gilbert (Dickinson) (June 27, 1852)
3084(1)
To Samuel Bowles (about February 1861)
3085(1)
To recipient unknown (about 1861)
3086(2)
To Susan Gilbert Dickinson (date uncertain)
3088(1)
To T.W. Higginson (April 15, 1862)
3088(1)
To T. W. Higginson (April 25, 1862)
3088(2)
To T. W. Higginson (June 7, 1862)
3090(1)
To T. W. Higginson (July 1862)
3091(1)
To Mrs. J. G. Holland (early May 1866)
3092(1)
To Susan Gilbert Dickinson (about 1870)
3093(1)
To Susan Gilbert Dickinson (about 1870)
3093(1)
To T. W. Higginson (1876)
3093(1)
To Otis P. Lord [rough draft] (about 1878)
3093(1)
To Susan Gilbert Dickinson (about 1878)
3094(1)
To Susan Gilbert Dickinson (early October 1883)
3094(1)
To Susan Gilbert Dickinson (about 1884)
3095
Acknowledgments 1(1)
Index of Authors, Titles, and First Lines of Poems 1


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