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January 18, 2013

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Thank you, Heather. Well done and--the best accolade of all, I think--useful. I appreciate this.

I liked such a nice a post.

What a terrific farewell post. Thank you for such a thoughtful piece. It'll be useful for me in my teaching undergraduates.

I envy you your time with Deborah Digges. I never had the opportunity to meet her, though I return to her poetry again and again.

Heather, I loved your week of posts! LOVED them each. And thank you for the useful info on this Amherst archive! and the great teaching tool!

I have to say, I never looked as closely as I might have at this famous Dickinson poem, and it is so fine.

--j.

Thanks Jim, Leslie & Jenny. (And you too, Romantic dinner recipes.) I am very happy to be useful!

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