Dickinson - Emily Dickinson 788 Publication is the Auction Of the Mind of Man Poverty be justifying For so foul a thing Possibly but We would

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Unformatted text preview: Emily Dickinson 788 Publication - is the Auction Of the Mind of Man - Poverty - be justifying For so foul a thing Possibly - but We would rather From Our Garret go White - unto our White Creator - Than invest - Our Snow Publication - is the Auction Of the Mind of Man - Poverty - be justifying For so foul a thing Possibly- but We would rather From Our Garret go White - unto our White Creator- Than invest - Our Snow Publication - is the Auction Of the Mind of Man - Poverty - be justifying For so foul a thing, Possibly . But We would rather From Our Garret go White - unto our White Creator - Than invest - Our Snow Publication - is the Auction Of the Mind of Man - Poverty - be justifying For so foul a thing. Possibly . But We would rather From Our Garret go White - unto our White Creator - Than invest - Our Snow Thought belong to Him who gave it Then - to Him who bear It’s Corporeal illustration - sell The Royal air - In the Parcel - be the Merchant Of the Heavenly Grace - But reduce no Human Spirit To Disgrace of Price - Thought belong...
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This note was uploaded on 07/13/2010 for the course E 316K taught by Professor Berry during the Fall '09 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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Dickinson - Emily Dickinson 788 Publication is the Auction Of the Mind of Man Poverty be justifying For so foul a thing Possibly but We would

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