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Book Description: Circa 1863., 1863. The manuscript was sent by Emily Dickinson to her sister-in-law Susan Gilbert, and inherited by Susan's daughter Martha Bianchi. The poem was first published, from this manuscript, as number XIII in "The Single Hound," 1914, Bianchi's edition of the manuscripts and letters that Dickinson had sent to Susan Gilbert. Later editions of the poem were all published from the manuscript in Dickinson's Fasicle 28 (at the Houghton Library) until Franklin's Variorum Edition (1998) where our manuscript is recorded as 540A. The manuscript, in ink, is written in 8 lines, on a single 12mo sheet of wove paper, (6-1/8 x 3-7/8 inches) folded thrice vertically and it is pasted on the front free endpaper in a presentation copy of the first edition of "The Single Hound". Beneath the manuscript the page is inscribed by the editor "For Mr and Mrs Frank Mills from their country neighbor Martha G. Dickinson Bianchi." On the front pastedown endpaper (opposite the manuscript) is written in a different hand "A wedding present Sept. 15 - 1904". Clearly this is a mistake as the book was not published until 1914, although the Mills marriage did occur in 1904 in Amherst. Martha Bianchi's diaries (at Brown University), particularly the 1914 volume, have many references to the Millses. Enclosed in a half red morocco slipcase. Bookseller Inventory # 28389

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Poems

Dickinson, Emily
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Book Description: Roberts Brothers, Boston, 1890. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. SCARE FIRST EDITION of Dickinson's first book, one of only 500 copies printed. An outstanding copy with a noted provenance. Only ten of Dickinson's poems were published in her lifetime, appearing in newspapers and journals. The first and scarcest volume of her work, titled simply Poems, was issued in 1890 in a run of just 500 copies. Even as late as 1890 Dickinson was still an unknown poet and publishing her challenging poetry was a considerable gamble for Roberts Brothers of Boston, hence the very limited run of just 500 copies. Provenance: From the library of Josephine Porter Boardman Crane with her bookplate ("Ex-libris / Josephine B. Crane / Sugar Hill / Dalton, Mass.") on the front pastedown. Crane, an important American socialite and patron of the arts was a co-founder of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the benefactress of the Dalton School (named after her family estate in Dalton, MA). Boston: Roberts Brothers, 1890. Octavo, original decorated cloth; custom box. A few spots of soiling to cloth and a slight hint of toning to spine. Extremely scarce in such fine condition. Bookseller Inventory # 769

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Poems

Dickinson, Emily
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Book Description: Roberts Brothers, Boston, 1890. First Edition. First Printing. In the publisher's original three-piece binding with a wavy vertical rule separating a gray cloth spine from white cloth-covered boards. Myerson's 'B' binding [no priority], with the wavy rule and the first three lines on the front cover stamped in gilt rather than silver. The spine is dull with some rubbing at the head and the foot, but with virtually no loss to the cloth. There's some soiling to the covers, and a light damp stain to the upper corner of the front board and the fore edge of the rear board, with some resultant, albeit fairly light, internal staining. The upper two inches of the front hinge is starting, and there is a tasteful previous owner bookplate on the front pastedown. A good copy, without repair or restoration, of an important volume. While First Editions of the Second and Third Series of poems turn up quite regularly, First Printings of the seminal First Series appear on the market ever more infrequently. One of 500 copies. Myerson A 1.1.a. Book. Bookseller Inventory # 000098

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Poems.

Dickinson, Emily.
(Brattleboro, VT, U.S.A.)
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Book Description: Roberts Brothers, Boston, 1890. First edition of Emily Dickinson's first book. One of only 500 copies printed. 12mo, original silver-stamped ivory boards, grey cloth spine, top edge gilt. An excellent copy that shows only light wear. Edited by two of her friends, Mabel Loomis Todd and T.W. Higginson. Housed in a custom half morocco box. A very nice copy of scarce and important work. A poet who took definition as her province, Emily Dickinson challenged the existing definitions of poetry and the poet's work. Like writers such as Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry David Thoreau, and Walt Whitman, she experimented with expression in order to free it from conventional restraints. After discovering hundreds of Emily's poems shortly after her death, the poet's sister Lavinia resolved that the poetry must be published. She later wrote: "I have had a 'Joan of Arc' feeling about Emilies [sic] poems from the first" (Letter to Thomas Wentworth Higginson, December 23, 1890, as quoted in Bingham, p. 87). Lavinia approached two of the poet's friends--sister-in-law Susan Dickinson and mentor Thomas Wentworth Higginson --for help. Susan did not pursue publication quickly enough for Lavinia, and Higginson was otherwise occupied. To fulfill her vision, Lavinia turned to Mabel Loomis Todd, the vivacious young wife of an Amherst College professor. Todd was a momentous choice, for she was deeply involved in a love affair with Austin Dickinson, Susan's husband and Emily's brother. An accomplished artist and musician, Todd brought much-needed vitality and commitment to preparing Dickinson's poetry for publication. After finally enlisting Thomas Wentworth Higginson as co-editor, Todd completed Poems of Emily Dickinson in 1890, just four years after the poet's death. Bookseller Inventory # 2684

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Poems Third Series

DICKINSON, EMILY
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Book Description: Roberts Brothers, Boston, 1896. Cloth. Book Condition: About Fine. 1st Ed. One quarter green cloth over white cloth with gilt titles and decorations. Gilt edges in binding A which is preferable and more attractive. Housed in a felt lined clamshell box in one quarter green gilt decorated leather over floral embossed grey cloth. This copy inscribed by the editor Mabel Loomis Todd " With affectionate wishes Mabel Loomis Todd, Amherst 23rd April 1898" Supposedly a wedding present from her to a friend. A virtually fine copy with very minor soiling. The gilt being quite sharp. This is the third book of Dickinson's poems to be published (all posthumously) and includes 160 poems published here for the first time. A very nice copy in an attractive box of a significant book of American poems. Size: 12 Mo. Inscribed By the Editor. Bookseller Inventory # 18356

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Poems : Second Series

Dickinson, Emily
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Book Description: Roberts Brothers, Boston, 1891. Hard Cover. Book Condition: Very Good. First Edition. Ownership signature on title page of Harrison Gray Otis Blake. He notes that this was a gift from Mrs. S. B. Rice in December, 1891. Blake was a great friend of H. D. Thoreau and subsequent editor of many of his journals. Pencil notes by Blake in contents page and text. Front hinge cracked; cover lightly rubbed and soiled ; otherwise a very good copy. Bookseller Inventory # 000932

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Poems Third Series

Dickinson, Emily; Edited by Mabel Loomis Todd
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Book Description: Roberts Brothers, Boston, 1896. Hard Cover. Book Condition: Near Fine. First Edition. 12mo; viii + 200pp; Exceptional First Edition copy, white cloth boards with green cloth shelfback, gilt ruled division to panels with floral design front panel, all page edges gilt, ribbon marker, no markings, inscriptions or bookplates, very slight soil & spotting to panels, hint of softening to spine ends, else Fine; a truly exemplary copy of the scarce First Edition; BAL 4661, binding 1 ("Roberts Bros" on spine), non-beveled variant, no priority. Bookseller Inventory # 8125

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POEMS: SECOND SERIES, AND POEMS

Emily Dickinson, edited by two of her friends, T. W. Higginson and Mabel Loomis Todd
(Blue Hill, ME, U.S.A.)
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Book Description: Roberts Brothers 1891, 1892, Boston, 1891. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. First edition, and eighth edition. 2 Volumes. Small octavo. Half white calf with floral paper boards, the most expensive publisher's "Gift Binding" (Binding C) and the rarest. "Poems: Second Series",1891, is a first edition BAL 4656. "Poems", 1892, is the eighth edition, first state. Myerson A1.1.i Condition of both is VERY GOOD ; both are very well matched in terms of condition, with minor shelf-wear and some darkening to the extremities of the calf. Covers are clean with no damage. Bindings are both tight. Spines are both toned with some craquelure, and the labels are not present except for a scrap of the title label of Poems: Second Series". Bindings are tight and text unmarked, except for a small gift message dated 1897 on the ffep of "Poems". and a previous owner's name and town on that of "Poems: Second Series" in a period copperplate hand. Also, the title pg, tissue guard, and a few pgs of text are lightly foxed, the tissue guard being more deeply foxed. Both books are in a custom-made quarter morocco box, with gray cloth and gilt spine titles. Condition of the box is excellent. Poetry. RGR. Bookseller Inventory # 17286

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Poems. Third Series

Dickinson, Emily
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Book Description: Roberts Brothers, Boston, 1896. Gilt Decorated Cloth. Book Condition: Very Good. First Edition. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Boston: Roberts Brothers, 1896. Apparent second edition; Edited by Mabel Loomis Todd. Copyright page bears the designation "second edition", though this copy is otherwise identical to the first edition. This is the only such I've seen. 12mo, 200 pp., gilt decorated olive green cloth, beveled edges. Moderate wear to spine ends, corners a bit worn, darkening throughout spine, general light wear. Very Good, tightly bound and with bright cover gilt. Please see scan. Very scarce example of an exemplary collection of poems by Emily Dickinson, who, though she wrote somewhere between 1,200 and 1,800 poems in her life, disliked publicity so much that no more than ten of her poems were published during her life, and only three or four of those with her advance knowledge. The first collection of her poems to see print, Poems, was published in 1890, four years after her death in 1886. That was followed by Poems - Second Series [1890/91]and then in 1896 by this collection, Poems - Third series. Her fame grew later, and her name was not well-known until some forty years after her death. Nice, fine condition plate-block of four 8-cent Emily Dickinson stamps loose-laid within. L-31n. Bookseller Inventory # 000496

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Poems: Third Series.

Dickinson, Emily.
(Brattleboro, VT, U.S.A.)
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Book Description: Roberts Brothers, Boston, 1896. First edition of Emily Dickinson's third book. 12mo, original gilt-stamped ivory boards, green cloth spine, all edges gilt. The present copy is binding A (no priority established in Second and Third Series). Myerson A1.1a, A2.1a, A4.1. BAL 4655, 4656, 4661. Grolier American 100, 91. Edited by Mabel Loomis Todd. Some light wear to the extremities. A very nice copy. A poet who took definition as her province, Emily Dickinson challenged the existing definitions of poetry and the poet's work. Like writers such as Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry David Thoreau, and Walt Whitman, she experimented with expression in order to free it from conventional restraints. After discovering hundreds of Emily's poems shortly after her death, the poet's sister Lavinia resolved that the poetry must be published. She later wrote: "I have had a 'Joan of Arc' feeling about Emilies [sic] poems from the first" (Letter to Thomas Wentworth Higginson, December 23, 1890, as quoted in Bingham, p. 87). Lavinia approached two of the poet's friends--sister-in-law Susan Dickinson and mentor Thomas Wentworth Higginson --for help. Susan did not pursue publication quickly enough for Lavinia, and Higginson was otherwise occupied. To fulfill her vision, Lavinia turned to Mabel Loomis Todd, the vivacious young wife of an Amherst College professor. Todd was a momentous choice, for she was deeply involved in a love affair with Austin Dickinson, Susan's husband and Emily's brother. An accomplished artist and musician, Todd brought much-needed vitality and commitment to preparing Dickinson's poetry for publication. After finally enlisting Thomas Wentworth Higginson as co-editor, Todd completed Poems of Emily Dickinson in 1890, just four years after the poet's death. Bookseller Inventory # 3130

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POEMS. Third Series

Dickinson, Emily
(Yarmouth, ME, U.S.A.)
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Book Description: 1896. Edited by Mabel Loomis Todd. Boston: Roberts Brothers, 1896. Original grey cloth decorated in gilt, beveled. First Edition, which consisted of only 1,000 copies.~Emily [1830-1886] attended Amherst Academy; spent one year (1847-48) at South Hadley Female Seminary (ancestress of Mount Holyoke College); visited Washington and Philadelphia for a few weeks in the spring of 1854, while her father was in Congress; spent part of 1864 and 1865 in Boston to be treated for eye trouble; and died at fifty-five of Bright's disease. That is the entire record of her outward life. It is the least important thing about her.~To account for Emily Dickinson the recluse, who for twenty years never went farther than her garden gate, who saw no one but her family and a very few chosen friends, who dressed always in white and wrote her poems secretly on scraps of paper, rolled and tied with a thread and thrust into bureau drawers, one need not imagine any strange mysteries of love and renunciation. Certainly Emily loved an unknown man, loved him deeply and unceasingly, but could not or would not marry him.~She had the same sort of demanding, tyrannical, autocratic, and possessive father as did Elizabeth Barrett; and she did not escape. Emily's lover was not strong enough to overcome the terrific attachment, half love, half fear, that tied her to [her father] Edward Dickinson. Her hermit life, driven into and upon herself, was her answer to the tyranny which turned an ardent, gay, witty girl into a shy and withered spinster. [K&H]~Other than a few poems anonymously contributed, none of Emily's verse was published during her lifetime (-- to avoid what she called "the auction of the mind"). After her death, her brother William and sister Lavinia (who controlled the manuscripts) arranged to have a volume published in 1890; one of the friends who edited it, T. W. Higginson, could not convince Houghton Mifflin (for whom he worked) to publish it -- as they considered it "confused." Roberts Bros tentatively issued just 500 copies, and was then dumbfounded to see the book meet unprecedented demand and quickly run through many printings. Thus a "Second Series" of additional poems was published in 1891 (960 copies), followed by this "Third [and last] Series" in 1896. The cover design for all three volumes includes Indian pipes -- from a painting Mabel Loomis Todd had given to Emily in 1882 that thereafter hung in the latter's bedroom -- what Emily called her "preferred flower of life."~The 1,000 copies were bound in two similar cloth bindings (no priority, but of differing price). Binding A is white cloth with gilt Indian pipes, with pea-green cloth spine and all page edges gilt (priced at $1.50); binding B is grey (as here) or olive cloth, beveled, also with the Indian pipes, with only the top edge gilt (priced at $1.25).~This is a handsome, just-about-fine copy (the slightest of rubbing at the very tips); the original white silk ribbon is still present (though detached). Myerson A4.1.a. Bookseller Inventory # 12567

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The Years and Hours of Emily Dickinson.

DICKINSON, Emily.) LEYDA, Jay.
(London, United Kingdom)
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Book Description: New Haven: Yale University Press, 1960, 1960. 2 volumes, large octavo. Original black cloth, titles to spines gilt, top edges dyed blue. Housed in the publisher's slipcase. Contemporary gift inscription to volume I. A few tiny spots to edges of text block. An excellent, fresh set. First edition, first printing. This scarce set compiles the complete details of Dickinson's life on a day-to-day basis using the author's own diaries and letters and other contemporary sources. A beautiful copy. Bookseller Inventory # 86674

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Poems (Edited by two of her friends Mabel Loomis Todd and TW Higginson)

DICKINSON, Emily
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Book Description: James R Osgood, McIlvaine & Co., London, 1891. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. 12mo., 17.9 x 12 cm. Yellow cloth bound with gilt titles stamped to the front and spine. Top edge gilt other edges uncut, 158pp. The boards and gilding are bright with slight toning to the spine and a little light dust marking. There is some slight cockling at the front and rear fore edges and at the spine edge to the rear. Internally, the book is very good plus with no inscriptions and only a little light toning to the free endpapers and one or two spots only to the uncut edges otherwise crisp and bright. All in all a very good clean copy of this scarce volume. Bookseller Inventory # 000443

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Poems by Emily Dickinson. Second Series

DICKINSON, Emily
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Book Description: Roberts Brothers, 1891. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. 1st Edition. Boston: Roberts Brothers, 1892: Gray cloth with gilt stamping. First Edition, with no subsequent printings listed. In About Very Good condition. Clean text. Two pages show offsetting from a clipping once stored between them; a few small tears to edge of pages. Ink and pencil inscription at front free end paper, light offsetting to end sheets. Boards show rubbing and light soiling. Wear with light fraying to corners and spine ends. Spine slightly darkened. A lovely copy. Bookseller Inventory # 131120925

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A MASQUE OF POETS. INCLUDING GUY VERNON, A NOVELETTE IN VERSE

Dickinson, Emily; Rossetti, Christina (poems); Lathrop, George Parsons (editor)
(Winchester, VA, U.S.A.)
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Book Description: Roberts Brothers, Boston, 1878. First Edition. 16mo; the 'No Name' format, issued in publisher's black 'V' cloth, with titling and decorations stamped in red and gilt on spine and panels; printed endpapers; 301pp, [2]. Cloth rubbed at corner tips, exposing the boards, with shallow loss at crown and base of spine; rubbing to cloth along rear joint, with discreet exposure of threading; binding sound and firm, clean throughout, with the decorative elements nicely preserved - a solid Very Good copy. An important volume in the "No Name" series, which featured American poetry and prose written by prominent authors whose identities were kept secret. The present volume, published in a tiny edition of 2,000 copies, features contributions by two authors whose works are strongly associated with the feminist movement: "Husband and Wife," by Christina Rossetti (pp.42-44), and most notably, "Success" by Emily Dickinson. While Dickinson was a prolific private poet, "Success" is credited with being the only poem published during her lifetime. Despite the flaws, an attractive copy of an important debut. BAL 118. Bookseller Inventory # 1410

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UNDER THE LIGHT, YET UNDER] A POEM BY EMILY DICKINSON

Emily Dickinson; designed by Joe Marc Freedman
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Book Description: Sarabande Press, 1982. Hard Cover. Book Condition: Near Fine binding. Four fold accordion binding in cloth with text of Dickinson';s poem printed on paper designed by Karen Miles and mounted; colophon printed and inset on the front board; all housed in clamshell box with marbled trays and leather spine label; digital images can be made available upon request. Near Fine binding. Limited Edition, numbered 14 of 20 copies. Bookseller Inventory # 257088

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Letters of Emily Dickinson.

Dickinson, Emily.
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Book Description: Roberts Brothers, Boston., 1894. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good or better. 1st Edition. 12mo - over 6¾ - 7¾" tall. Dickinson, Emily. Letters of Emily Dickinson. Edited by Mabel Loomis Todd. In Two Volumes. Boston: Roberts Brothers 1894. 1st Edition, 2nd issue [with textual corrections "Paration to Me" changed to "of her letters" Volume I, v, line 4]], binding A. 6 13/16 x 4 3/8. Original green buckram, gilt Indian pipes design on front covers and spines, Boston Roberts Bros stamped at lower spine. [i-iv], [i]-xii, [1]-228; [i], vi, [vii-viii], [229]-454 pp. Two frontispiece illustrations and three facsimiles (as issued). Fly-title each volume. Front cover illustrations very bright. Spine gilt faded and cloth a bit darkened. Front and rear cloth both volumes fresh and un-soiled. No previous owner writing. Bindings tight, contents clean. Just trace rubbing to the extremities. Hinges not cracked or starting. Top edge dusty. Lovely, very good + set. Bookseller Inventory # 000673

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THE YEARS AND HOURS OF EMILY DICKINSON (2 Volumes; Slipcase)

Emily Dickinson]; Jay Leyda
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Book Description: Yale University Press, 1960. Hard Cover. Book Condition: Very Good+ binding. First Edition. A day-to-day diary of Emily Dickinson';s life, taken from a variety of sources. An important reference for Dickinson. The slipcase shows moderate wear and some foxing to the pastedown. The two volumes are quite clean and fresh, though there is some fade to the top edge. Very Good+ binding. Bookseller Inventory # 261911

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Letters of Emily Dickinson; 2 Volumes

Dickinson, Emily
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Book Description: Roberts Brothers, 1894. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. 1st Edition. First Edition set of two volumes, 1894. One of only 1,000 copies. From the personal library of Efrem Zimbalist. His personal plate is pasted on the front pastedown page in both volumes. Condition is very good for its age, with only a small amount of visible wear. The front free endpage in both books has some darkening caused by contact with the previous owner's book plates. Bookseller Inventory # 1311084

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The Single Hound : Poems of A Lifetime *** 1st Edition/ 1st Printing ***

Emily Dickinson
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Book Description: Little Brown, 1914. Hardcover. Book Condition: GOOD. No Jacket. 1st Edition. Boards and spine are age toned. Previous owner name and date on front free endpaper. Rubbing to spine ends. Tips of boards are rubbed through to the inner boards particularly on the bottom. Page 5 has a 1 inch closed tear at the upper corner. Page 4 has a quarter-sized portion of the top corner missing (content not affected, just the margin). No writing or marks in text. Binding square and strong. No dust jacket. Excellent customer service and fast shipping. t6. Book. Bookseller Inventory # 028410

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Poems . . Second Series

Dickinson, Emily
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Book Description: Boston: Roberts Brothers, 1892, 1892. First edition, third printing. 12mo. Edited by . T.W. Higginson and Mabel Loomis Todd. Original gray cloth Myerson's binding, stamped in gilt, t.e.g. Covers slightly soiled and spine faded, rear hinge neatly repaired, edges slightly rubbed; remnant of the original silk marker found in some copies. Myerson 2.1.c. Bookseller Inventory # 233741

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Small broadside: BEFORE YOU THOUGHT OF SPRING

Dickinson, Emily
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Book Description: New York: Poet's Guild, [ND, but c. 1925]., 1925. First separate edition. Small broadside: 7-3/8 x 4-7/8", printed on off-white stock. A touch of age-toning, but otherwise a crisp, immaculate copy. Near fine. The Poet's Guild in New York City published poems by Robert Frost, Louise Guiney, Vachel Lindsey, Edna St. Vincent Millay and Edwin Arlington Robinson, among others, in "The Unbound Anthology" series, later known as "The Christodora Broadsides". The Dickinson verse, "Before you thought of Spring, / Except as a surmiseÓ survives in three manuscripts and a pencil draft. At the verso of a pencil draft, Dickinson had written "Blue Bird" and the Norcross transcription uses this as the poem's title. Prompted by these two suggestive incidences, later editors adopted "Blue Bird" as the poemÕs formal title. Written in 1879, "Blue Bird" received its first publication in POEMS Second Series in 1891 and became one the the poet's most popular. For more on the publishing history of "Before You Thought of Spring" see Myerson, EMILY DICKINSON A Bibliography, p. 162; and, Franklin, THE POEMS OF EMILY DICKINSON Variorum Edition, Vol. III, pp. 1297-1299. OCLC locates six institutional holdings: Amherst College, Brown University, SUNY - Buffalo, HRC, University of North Carolina - Greensboro, and the University of Washington. Bookseller Inventory # 14925

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Book Description: Boston: Roberts Brothers, 1892, 1892. This printing apparently contains, with a few corrections, the contents of the earlier editions "Ninth edition" (i.e. tenth printing). 8vo. . Original olive cloth over beveled boards, stamped in gilt (Meyerson binding B). Near fine. Meyerson A.1.1.j; BAL 4655 (for the first edition). Bookseller Inventory # 237865

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Poems - First Series

Dickinson, Emily
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Book Description: Robert Brothers, 1892. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. 1st Edition. Boston: Roberts Brothers, 1892: Original green cloth binding. Eighth Edition (printing); dated 1890 on the copyright page, but dated 1892 on the title page. In Very Good condition, especially given its age. Clean pages, lightly age toned and showing light signs of handling and light sporadic foxing. Previous owner name and date on front free end paper. Chip to edge of rear paste down, appears to have occurred during original production. Slight shelf lean to spine. Cloth shows light rubbing at corners and spine ends. Cloth on spine is slightly darkened. A lovely copy; this volume is very well preserved and presents well. Bookseller Inventory # 131120344

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FINAL HARVEST Emily Dickinson's Poems

Dickinson, Emily
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Book Description: Franklin Library, Franklin Center, Pennsylvania, 1984. Hardcover. First Edition; First Printing. Fine, Leather Bound. Book accented in 22kt gold. Printed on archival paper with gilded edges. The endsheets are of moire fabric with a silk ribbon page marker. Smyth sewing and concealed muslin joints to ensure the highest quality binding. This book is in full leather with hubbed spines. This limited edition was published under the auspices of the American Revoltion Bicentennial Administration. ; The 100 Greatest Masterpieces of American Literature; 8vo 8" - 9" tall. Bookseller Inventory # 56646

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An Emily Dickinson Year Book

Dickinson, Emily
(Fort Washington, PA, U.S.A.)
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Book Description: The Hampshire Bookshop 1948, 1948. First Edition, 1st Printing Hardback. 132pp. Very good condition. No dust jacket. Taped to front paste down is a piece of paper which reads: An Emily Dickinson Year Book. Dickinson Family Reunion, Amherst, Mass. Aug. 28, 1954. Elizabeth E. Davis, Elizabeth (Ellis) Davis, Edward S. Ellis, Serilla (Dickinson) Ellis, Abner Dickinson. Joseph Dickinson Branch. Taped to rear paste down is a post card showing the cemetery where Nathaniel Dickinson a pioneer and first settler of Hadley Mass. ISBN: B003V678ZK. Bookseller Inventory # 1100304

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The Years and Hours of Emily Dickinson, 2 volume set in slipcase

Leyda, Jay; Emily Dickinson
(Wilkinsburg, PA, U.S.A.)
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Book Description: Yale Univ. Pr, New Haven, CT, 1960. Hardcover. Book Condition: Ex-Library. First edition. Complete set in 2 volumes. 1960, First Edition. Hardcovers, uniformly bound in navy buckram. 400 and 528 pp. Ex-library, with 2 bookplates (and withdrawal stamp) on the front pastedown of both volumes; small ink stamp on the dedication page and rear pastedown of both volumes. Otherwise unmarked, with no other signs of library ownership. Sound bindings. In torn glassine jackets. Slipcase Near Fine, strong, with no library marks. An uncommon title, here with just a few minor library marks. 2 volume set. Bookseller Inventory # 0079601

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FINAL HARVEST Emily Dickinson's Poems

Dickinson, Emily
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(Pomona, NY, U.S.A.)
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Book Description: Franklin Library, Franklin Center, Pennsylvania, 1984. Hardcover. First Edition; First Printing. Very Good+, Leather Bound. Book accented in 22kt gold. Printed on archival paper with gilded edges. The endsheets are of moire fabric with a silk ribbon page marker. Smyth sewing and concealed muslin joints to ensure the highest quality binding. This book is in full leather with hubbed spines. A limited edition published under the auspices of The American Revolution Bicentennial Administration. ; The 100 Greatest Masterpieces of American Literature; 8vo 8" - 9" tall. Bookseller Inventory # 60730

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THE POEMS OF EMILY DICKINSON

Dickinson, Emily
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Book Description: Easton Press, Norwalk, Connecticut, 2005. Hardcover. First Edition; First Printing. Fine, Leather Bound, Accented in 22kt gold. Printed on archival paper with gilded edges. The endsheets are of moire fabric with a silk ribbon page marker. Smyth sewing and concealed muslin joints. This book is in full leather with hubbed spines. A pristine volume.; 8vo 8" - 9" tall. Bookseller Inventory # 71849

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THE POEMS OF EMILY DICKINSON

Dickinson, Emily
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Book Description: Easton Press, Norwalk, Connecticut, 2005. Hardcover. First Edition; First Printing. Fine, Leather Bound, Accented in 22kt gold. Printed on archival paper with gilded edges. The endsheets are of moire fabric with a silk ribbon page marker. Smyth sewing and concealed muslin joints. This book is in full leather with hubbed spines. A pristine volume.; 8vo 8" - 9" tall. Bookseller Inventory # 51161

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